Commercial vehicles are motor vehicles that transport goods, standard fuel tanks, or paying passengers. Examples of commercial transport vehicles include a semi-trailer truck, a van, coach, and trailers. A commercial vehicle is usually registered to a company, and they are designed to transport more than 15 passengers. A vehicle that surpasses a certain weight (a standard of 26,001 pounds or more) may be considered a commercial vehicle, though it may not be commercially used or commercially owned. On the other hand, a vehicle can remain privately licensed and be used for business purposes.