Class 1 Light duty Toyota Tacoma
Class 2 2001 Ford Excursion 4×4 (GVWR: {{convert|8600|lb|t}}
Class 3 Ford {{Nowrap|F-350}}
Class 4 2008 Ford {{Nowrap|F-450}} 4×4 pick-up truck (GVWR: {{convert|14500|lb|t}})
Class 5 2005 Chevy Kodiak 4×4 (GVWR: {{convert|17500|lb|t}})
Class 6 2002 Ford {{Nowrap|F-650}} in front (GVWR: {{gaps|26|000 lb)}}, 1989 Ford {{Nowrap|F-600}} in back (GVWR: {{convert|20200|lb|t}}
Class 7 Peterbilt 330 dump truck.
Class 8 Kenworth W900 tractor with spread-axle {{convert|48|ft|m|2|adj=on}} refrigerated trailer.
Western Star 6900XD tractor.

Recent specialized uses include the ton as a measure of energy and for truck classification.

- Ton

When light-duty trucks were first produced in the United States, they were rated by their payload capacity in tons: 1⁄2 (1000 pounds), 3⁄4 (1500 pounds) and 1-ton (2000 pounds).

- Truck classification

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