Our RV weight safety app is the best that answers "How to Weigh Your Fifth Wheel or Gooseneck Trailer" and determines if you are towing safely below your load ratings. Our app weighing instructions provide additional glossary terms used in the industry and how to weigh at multiple platform scales and single axle scales.
Are you towing below the load ratings?
The RV Safety and Education Foundation data indicates that 60% of all tow vehicles and 55% of all 5th wheel trailers exceed one or more weight safety ratings.
Ensure you're not the one exceeding a load rating.
The number one most-reported RV insurance claim is the result of damage from the sudden release of air from tires, otherwise known as a blowout.
An overload combined with under or over inflated tires can cause a sudden blowout or breakdown.
When towing a trailer, it’s very important to ensure that the load is distributed evenly.
You want to make sure that all necessary safety precautions have been taken to prevent an accident or a blowout.
Even a slight overload, or unequal weight distribution, can seriously restrict the vehicle’s braking and steering capabilities.
Higher fuel consumption and driver fatigue are also common side effects of traveling with an overloaded, heavy and generally poor-handling trailer.
Install this app and weigh your rig soon to achieve safer towing for you, your family, and all on the road.
Caution: Do not use this app for conventional towing. To learn more about conventional towing safety and reports, please visit our web site at http://FifthWheelSt.com
Well this app is for you.
This app shows G-Force peaks for + and - in all directions, Z axis, X axis, Y axis and all together. It have options to:
-Calibrate your device 0 point (you can have your device everywhere you want!)
-Real time graphs
-Flash screen when given G-Force
-Save text file with G-Force numbers
-Graph file saved
-Scope graph (Currently beta)
You can use it in every direction just calibrate your device and it will start calculating. Easy to use!!
****How to use****
Just open the app, put your device in a steady place, click on calibrate and now start driving!
Waga jest bardzo przydatnym pomocnikiem domowym, ale nie zawsze jest dostępna. Wtedy przychodzi z pomocą odmierzanie przy użyciu szklanki czy łyżki, które wcale nie jest gorsze, szczególnie przy tych prostszych przepisach.
Od teraz potrzebny przelicznik możesz mieć zawsze pod ręką, w swoim telefonie lub tablecie.
Designed primarily to assist in the investigation of road traffic accidents, the app will also benefit students, engineers, or anyone else who regularly uses these types of equations.
The app does not include an exhaustive list of every possible A.I.formula; instead, it contains over 30 of the most commonly used formulas, selected to provide you with quick results at a scene, and to cover the majority of straight-forward accidents.
(Please note: this is the initial release version of the app – Additional formulas may be added in subsequent versions. If you think something is missing / should be included, please let me know!)
Metric units are used throughout the app; however, imperial units of speed (mph) are catered for.
Key features include:
• Calculated results are automatically populated into other equations, saving the need for unnecessary re-typing.
• Input values can be manipulated with +/- slider bars, with the updated results displayed in real time - Ideal for exploring a range of values, or seeing how variations affect the result.
• 10 memory slots for saving results.
• Speed values can be entered in mph or km/h using the in-built converter.
• Speed results are automatically displayed in both metres per second and mph or km/h.
• From skid marks (to a stop)
• From skid marks (to a known speed)
• From distance and time
• After skidding for a known time
• From skid marks (from a known speed)
• After accelerating/decelerating for a known time
• After accelerating/decelerating for a known distance
• From curved tyre marks (level surface)
• From curved tyre marks (cambered surface)
• From pedestrian throw (minimum)
• From pedestrian throw (maximum)
• From speed and time
• To skid to a stop
• To skid to a known speed
• Skidded in a known time
• To accelerate/decelerate to a known speed
• To accelerate/decelerate for a known time
• From distance and speed
• To skid to a stop
• To skid to a known speed
• To skid a known distance
• To gain/lose speed
• To accelerate from stationary for a known distance
• To fall a known distance
Coefficient of Friction
• From speed and distance
• From sled test
• From chord and mid-ordinate
• From coefficient of friction
• From change in speed in a known time
• From change in speed over a known distance
• From distance travelled in a known time