Honestly though this is ridiculous. The state shouldn't make it this difficult to find our information. I mean with the various answers from everybody (which I appreciate), there should be a simple page for finding all info easily. Now rant over.... So, I just checked and my truck GVWR IS 6,000 lbs. The postcard sized sticker on my trailer is worn out and I can't see the info, so I contacted the trailer manufacturer and they will be sending me a new one. Shovelracer the 5,000 limit is what I found on the tongue of the trailer, so I'm not for sure if that's the limit rating or not. I was mistaken, I thought it only mattered how much everything weighed when loaded and not the max rating that both can handle. Thank you guys for clearing that up. I want to thank attorney-at-lawn for that link. Indiana now has the limit set at 26,000 and under instead of 10,000 as long as I don't go out of state (which I don't). I'm actually glad for the GVWR ratings because it's so much easier to tell whether you will need DOT numbers. I thought I was going to have to load everything up and go to the trash place and weigh it, lol.