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Note to Table VIII: Engine net brake horsepower when encoded in the VIN shall differ by no

more than 10 percent from the actual net brake horsepower; shall in the case of motorcycle with

an actual net brake horsepower of 2 or less, be not more than 2; and shall be greater than 2 in the

case of a motorcycle with an actual brake horsepower greater than 2.

Table IX—Gross Vehicle Weight Rating Classes

Class A—Not greater than 1360 kg. (3,000 lbs.)

Class B—Greater than 1360 kg. to 1814 kg. (3,001–4,000 lbs.)

Class C—Greater than 1814 kg. to 2268 kg. (4,001–5,000 lbs.)

Class D—Greater than 2268 kg. to 2722 kg. (5,001–6,000 lbs.)

Class E—Greater than 2722 kg. to 3175 kg. (6,001–7,000 lbs.)

Class F—Greater than 3175 kg. to 3629 kg. (7,001–8,000 lbs.)

Class G—Greater than 3629 kg. to 4082 kg. (8,001–9,000 lbs.)

Class H—Greater than 4082 kg. to 4536 kg. (9,001–10,000 lbs.)

Class 3—Greater than 4536 kg. to 6350 kg. (10,001–14,000 lbs.)

Class 4—Greater than 6350 kg. to 7257 kg. (14,001–16,000 lbs.)

Class 5—Greater than 7257 kg. to 8845 kg. (16,001–19,500 lbs.)

Class 6—Greater than 8845 kg. to 11793 kg. (19,501–26,000 lbs.)

Class 7—Greater than 11793 kg. to 14968 kg.(26,001–33,000 lbs.)

Class 8—Greater than 14968 kg. (33,001 lbs. and over)

(c) The third section shall consist of one character, which occupies position nine (9) in

the VIN. This section shall be the check digit whose purpose is to provide a means for verifying

the accuracy of any VIN transcription. After all other characters in VIN have been determined by

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