I don't know much about heavy trucks, but here's the thing. I have a client that is looking at getting at least 25 yards of 2"-4" river rock installed. I'm guessing about a ton per yard in weight. This is at a commercial location with a tight 'L' entrance with a large sign at the turn of the 'L' between the building. Because of this a semi couldn't get to the back where the gravel could be dumped. I know a truck has to be licensed for weight, but my question is, can I get that kind of capacity in a regular dump, or do I need to work up pricing for two trips? Here's a dated pic of the location, you can't see it, but where the tree at the front corner of the building is, there is a wrap around wrought iron handicap hand rail. There's right at 8' of width between the sign and hand rail.