A 50-ton payload traveling 1,000 miles means that you have accomplished 50,000 ton-miles. Just figure out what it cost you to haul that load for that distance, divide the number by 50,000 , and you have your cost per ton-mile.
At least a 3/4-ton pickup, but you'd be better off with a 1-ton.
A 1 ton truck will have the largest hauling capacity, but the half-ton truck will haul a lot and is easier on gas. The ton and half- ton refer to how much you can haul including passengers. The Dodge Ram has both the 1 ton and half-ton truck which would easily do the job.
a half ton pick ford f150 can do it buy i recomend you go for a 3/4 ton pick just to be safe
A half ton in the bed and whatever the towing capacity says in the owners manual if you have a trailer. You can easily haul a car on a dolly and that car may weigh well over a ton.
40 bags of anything that weigh 50 lbs each is one ton. A ton is 2000 lbs, so divide 2000 by 50.
It will easily haul 1 1/2 ton.
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About 1/4 ton.