Dry weight (motor vehicle)

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In automotive engineering, the dry weight is the mass of a vehicle without operating materials such as fuel , engine oil , cooling water , brake fluid , refrigerant and others. The dry weight differs from the empty weight in that it affects the operational state; the operating materials and, depending on the vehicle type, the driver are also included.

Individual evidence

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