Small travel trailers have long been popular with people travelling by plane or train and can also be used for camping and shopping.
But while these travel trailers can be used as short-haul vehicles or for small-scale vehicles, they are usually more suitable for larger vehicles.
They are usually made out of steel and can carry up to 15 passengers and up to 500kg (1,500lb).
What are they?
The small travel trailers are a family of similar designs known as conde travel trailers.
They all have the same basic construction, including the wheels.
There is a central axle which carries the load and a single axle that moves the trailer around.
They generally have a trailer hitch for the load, which is attached to the trailer’s frame.
The trailer hitch has a spring that can be pulled when the trailer is moving to keep the trailer from moving forward when the axle is pulled out of the trailer.
There are three axles on the trailer: a single, twin and triple axle.
The twin axle is used to move the trailer along a track, whereas the triple axle is for use in tandem with the trailer hitch.
They have three wheels and one axle on each side, which can be rotated 180 degrees to get a 45 degree turn in either direction.
The axle of the double axle has a higher centre of gravity and a higher travel.
The triple axle also has a lower centre of pressure and is used for a high-speed drive system, while the axle of single axle is fixed to the frame.
There’s a hitch on the front of the vehicle, which allows the trailer to turn to get the vehicle on a road surface.
What size is the conde?
The conde trailer is usually built to the exact dimensions of a typical passenger car, but sometimes larger.
For example, a small vehicle like the Conde Mini can be up to 5 metres (16ft) long and 10 metres (33ft) wide.
A standard trailer trailer will typically be around 2.2 metres (8ft) in length.
The length of the condes can vary between 1.5 and 2 metres (6ft to 12ft), depending on how wide the trailer axle is.
The width of a conde is a factor that has a significant impact on the rigidity of the vehicles.
The larger the condé, the higher the rigidness of the trailers trailer.
The rigidity is increased as the distance between the axle and trailer axle increases, making the conded trailer heavier and therefore harder to tow.
The main factors to consider when choosing a condé are the length of its trailer axle and the rigids of the wheels and the trailer itself.
For a standard conde, the axle should be around 1.25 metres (4ft) or 2.5 metres (7ft) on the axle.
For larger condes, there may be a longer axle or a lower axle, which increases the rigacity of the truck to tow it.
Some condes may also have a hitch attached to one of the axle shafts.
If this hitch is attached, the trailer may also move up and down to allow the condec to drive itself.
What does it weigh?
A conde can weigh as little as 1,300kg (4,500lbs) or as much as 5,000kg (13,000lbs).
If you are planning to make a move with your small tomedium sized vehicles, you will want to weigh your condes before deciding on a trailer trailer size.
You will also want to make sure you have the right amount of space on your trailer to store the trailer when it is moving.
When making a decision about the size of your trailer, weigh the trailer you plan to use, including weight savings from using the same trailer.
If you plan on using a condebrake, check that the trailer trailer is sturdy enough to support it.
For more information on how to weigh condes and conde trailers, see our conde and condebake FAQs.