All Camp-lets have a net weight of 250/275 kg and a total weight of 500 kg, which means they can be loaded with 250/225 kg.
The Camp-let can be loaded with 70 kg, evenly distributed on the trailer, and the rest can be packed inside the trailer.
In Denmark, you can drive at 50 km/h in states, 70 km/h on main roads and 80 km/h on motorway. The same speed limit applies in Germany, but a special permit can be obtained in Germany, allowing you to drive at 100 km/h on the motorway (Tempo 100).
Yes, the Camp-let can be approved for "Tempo 100 driving in Germany"
A Camp-let trailer tent has a net weight of 250/275 kg and a total weight of 500 kg, so it can be towed by virtually any car and without a BE driving licence.
Camp-let is so light that it can be towed by all cars, provided that the car is fitted with a tow bar. The car's registration certificate states how much it may tow.
Shock absorbers cannot be retrofitted, but the Camp-let can be Tempo 100 approved regardless, depending on the net weight of the car (Tempo 100)
No they cannot, because they are two different chassis and two different type approvals by the Danish Transport and Construction Agency.
No you cannot, because there are two different axles on the trailers; however, you can opt to put a 13" tag axle on your trailer. Contact your dealer for prices.