What does payload mean and how do I chose the correct payload?

What does payload mean and how do I chose the correct payload?

What does payload mean and how do I chose the correct payload? 150 150 Carl Mitchell

Payload is the amount of weight you are able to add to the camper, either inside or on the roof. This is made up of optional extras and personal items.

We offer four different payload options, depending on what your vehicle is able to tow and the driving licence you hold will help you decide on the most suitable payload. Most of our customers chose the 1050kg weight as this is suitable for most hatchback vehicles and newer licenses issued after 1st January 1997.

The standard AIR OPUS itself weights 800kg, so with the 1050kg option this leaves you 250kg for optional extras and personal items. Please see the DVLA website for more details on towing laws and restrictions.

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