Class 1 Light duty Toyota Tacoma
A truck driver at work
Class 2 2001 Ford Excursion 4×4 (GVWR: {{convert|8600|lb|t}}
A Nissan Diesel trucker in Hong Kong
Class 3 Ford {{Nowrap|F-350}}
An Isuzu Records Management truck
Class 4 2008 Ford {{Nowrap|F-450}} 4×4 pick-up truck (GVWR: {{convert|14500|lb|t}})
A container truck (cab-over design)
Class 5 2005 Chevy Kodiak 4×4 (GVWR: {{convert|17500|lb|t}})
A trucker and his vehicle.
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}}
A sign for truckers reminding them to stay off the parkway.
Class 7 Peterbilt 330 dump truck.
A tanker truck.
Class 8 Kenworth W900 tractor with spread-axle {{convert|48|ft|m|2|adj=on}} refrigerated trailer.
A sign in the US warning truck drivers to stay off a certain route.
Western Star 6900XD tractor.
Truckers bedded down for the night in the UK.
A Volvo FH12 truck.
A bobtail truck tractor
Australian police vehicle, nicknamed a "candy car", with one of several checkerboard designs
A Volvo F12 truck.
Truck drivers have been widely portrayed in the culture of the United States

Truck classifications are typically based upon the maximum loaded weight of the truck, typically using the gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) and sometimes also the gross trailer weight rating (GTWR), and can vary among jurisdictions.

- Truck classification

The United States employs a truck classification system, and truck drivers are required to have a commercial driver's license (CDL) to operate a CMV with a gross vehicle weight rating in excess of 26,000 pounds.

- Truck driver
Class 1 Light duty Toyota Tacoma

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