If you can get separate weights for the left and right side of each axle (aka corner weights), that will be even more helpful in terms of how to pack your RV for the best weight balance.
For instance, my passenger side front corner weight is lighter than the drivers side by about 600 pounds, and the total front axle weight is 2,200 pounds under GAWR so I have some leeway to pack heavier items towards the right front of the coach. The rear axle is the opposite and the tag axle is about even left to right.
I was a bit surprised to find my coach with a full tank of diesel fuel, full fresh water, plus passengers and cargo came in at 9,000 pounds under the 44,100 pound GVWR. Knowing the axle weights allowed me to reduce the air pressure in the tires yielding a softer ride.
Hopefully once you get weighed you'll have a pleasant surprise as well.
Bill and Mary
Mini poodles Lucy & Chloe onboard
2014 Newmar Ventana 4037, XCR Tag Axle, Cummins ISL, All-electric