OK, I'm going to go by what you typed, focusing in on GVW (Gross Vehicle Weight). So, the issue is the vehicle weighs more than 10000 pounds, and you need it to weigh less. You need to shed some weight. If you haven't seen the movie The Martian, I highly recommend it, as the last third of the movie is an excellent tutorial on how to get a vehicle to weigh less.The issue that I have is that the GVW is over 10000 lb.
is there any way that I can get that under 10000 lb?
Stating what "most" people do, as if it's perfectly fine and normal, is giving advice.Reread post two.
I did not ADVISE anybody to do anything.
I just stated a fact.
Most expediters who own DRW cubes or box trucks do slap on UNDER 10,000 GVWR. I don't believe many would go the logging route. The whole purpose of running a DRW box truck that is just over 10,000 GVWR is to haul as much freight as you can stuff into it and try to pass the truck off as an under 10K GVWR van.Most people do not, in fact, just put UNDER 10,000 GVW decals on and ride, so your stated fact isn't even a fact.