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60 10 20 30 70 80 40 50 90 20000 10000 OHIO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETy BUREAU OF MOTOR VEHICLES OFFICIAL WEIGHT SLIP 19000 9000 Date Vehicle Owner 18000 8000 Street Address City State Vehicle Make 17000 7000 Body Types Serial # I do hereby certify that the weight as 16000 shown by the figures punched on the 6000 margin of this slip is the correct weight of the vehicle specified above fully equipped. 15000 Weight Master Signature 5000 X Owner of Scales 14000 Location of Scales (Address) 4000 City State Make of Scales 13000 3000 Date Scales Were Last Tested NOTE: This slip must be completely filled out by a weight 12000 2000 master and must accompany every new application for registration of a farm truck or non-commercial trailer, when required. Completion of this form is required by Ohio Revised Code 4503.041. 11000 1000 *For a complete listing of Ohio weigh station locations please visit http://www.dot.state.oh.us/divisions/highwayops/ maintenance/permits/pages/oshpweighstations.aspx 600 700 800 900 100 200 300 400 500 BMV 5721 7/10 The weight of all Farm Trucks and Non Commercial Trailers shall be the weight of the vehicle fully equipped as determined on a standard scale. 1. A Farm Truck is defined as one used in the transportation from the farm of products of the farm, including livestock and its products, poultry and its products, floricultural and horticultural products, and in the transportation to the farm of supplies for the farm including tile, fence and every other thing or commodity used in agricultural, horticultural, livestock and poultry production, and livestock, poultry and other animals and things used for breeding, feeding or other purposes connected with the operation of the farm or farms, but such use shall not include the operation of trucks by commercial processors of agricultural products. The term farm supplies shall include fuel used exclusively in the operation of a farm, including one or more homes located on and used in the operation of one or more farms and furniture and other things used in and around such homes. NOTE: A farm truck must be rated one ton or more by the manufacturer. 2. Non Commercial Trailer is defined as any trailer, except a travel trailer, having a gross weight of no more than three thousand pounds (3,000) and used exclusively for purposes other than engaging in business for profit. These vehicles do not have titles.
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