## Introduction

Calculating the load capacity of a trailer is crucial for safe towing. The Trailer Load Capacity Calculator can help you determine how much weight your trailer can safely carry. In this guide, we’ll show you how to create an HTML calculator using a simple formula.

## How to Use

1. Input Data: Enter the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) and the Trailer Weight (TW) in pounds.
2. Calculate: Click the “Calculate” button to apply the formula TLC=GVWR−TW.
3. View Result: The calculated Trailer Load Capacity (TLC) will be displayed.

## Formula

The formula used to calculate the Trailer Load Capacity (TLC) is:

TLC = GVWR – TW

Where:

• TLC: Trailer Load Capacity in pounds.
• GVWR: Gross Vehicle Weight Rating in pounds.
• TW: Trailer Weight in pounds.

## Example

Let’s say your GVWR is 5,000 lbs, and your trailer weighs 1,500 lbs. To find the Trailer Load Capacity (TLC):

TLC = 5,000 – 1,500 TLC = 3,500 lbs

So, your trailer can safely carry up to 3,500 lbs of additional weight.

1. What is the Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR)?

• GVWR is the maximum weight a vehicle is rated to safely carry, including its own weight and the load it’s carrying.

2. What is Trailer Weight (TW)?

• Trailer Weight is the actual weight of the trailer, including any cargo or equipment.

3. Why is calculating Trailer Load Capacity important?