The types of vehicles used in road freight can vary depending on the type of cargo being transported.
The weight and size limitations for road freight can vary by country and region. In the United States, for example, the maximum weight allowed on most federal highways is 80,000 pounds
Regulations governing road freight can also vary by country and region. In the United States, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) is responsible for regulating commercial motor vehicle operations, including safety requirements for drivers, vehicles, and carriers. Other countries may have their own regulatory agencies or follow international standards such as those set by the International Road Transport Union (IRU).
The cost of road freight can be influenced by various factors such as distance, weight and size of the cargo, fuel costs, tolls, taxes, and any additional services required such as loading or unloading. Additionally, market demand and supply can affect pricing