Terms and Conditions




APS Crazy S.R.L. RO37774647

Str. Pelicanului nr.1, ap.55,  etaj 5, 500461 Jud. Brasov

+40 799197619





for the sale of goods in the online store https:// www.load-limiter.com/ to commercial customers or other legal entities


1.   Scope

  • The services of the provider for the online shop under the aforementioned URL are provided exclusively on the basis of the following General Terms and Conditions in the  version valid at the  time of    the order.  


  • These general terms and conditions apply exclusively. Any terms and conditions of the customer that deviate from these general terms and conditions are not valid unless the provider expressly agrees to 


2.   Exclusion of consumers

The provider  does not conclude any contracts with consumers/private individuals. All prices on the website are exclusive of VAT, unless  otherwise stated.


3.   Contract

The  provider's offers on the  Internet represent an    unbinding invitation to the customer to order goods. The confirmation  of receipt of  the order  takes place immediately after the order has  been sent and  does not  constitute acceptance of  the  contract. The supplier may declare  acceptance  within five days by  sending a written order confirmation or  an order confirmation in text form (fax or e-mail),    whereby insofar as the receipt of the order confirmation by the customer is decisive, or   by the supplier of  the ordered goods, in which case the receipt of  the   goods by the customer is decisive, or


4.   Payment, Default


 The  prices  indicated on the provider's website at the  time of the order apply.  If the customer is in default of payment,  the  provider is entitled to charge interest on arrears at  a rate of nine percentage points above the base interest rate of   the European Central Bank. In the event that  the  provider  asserts  a  further damage caused by default, the customer has  the opportunity to prove that the claimed damage caused by the  delay is  not  at  all or in a lower  amount has emerged.


5.   Ownership

  • The delivered goods (reserved goods) shall remain property  until  all claims to which  the provider is  entitled to the customer now or in the  future, including all balance claims from current account  ,  have been  fulfilled   of the provider. In the event    of  breach of contract by the customer - in particular if he  is in default with the payment of a payment claim  - the  provider has    the right  to to withdraw from the contract as a reasonable  deadline for performance. The transport costs for  the return are at the  expense of the customer.  If the supplier takes back the goods subject to retention of title,  this is already  a withdrawal from  the   Withdrawal  from  the  contract shall also be deemed to have taken place  if the supplier seizes the goods subject to  retention of title. The supplier may continue to return the  goods  taken back under retention of title. The proceeds   from the operation shall be deducted  from the amounts owed by the customer to  the provider after the supplier has deducted        a reasonable amount for the cost of use has.


  • The customer must treat the reserved goods with care. He must   insure them  adequately against replacement  value at his own expense against fire, water and theft damage.  Should maintenance and inspection work become necessary, the customer must  carry it out in good time at his own expense.


  • The customer may use and resell the reserved goods in the  ordinary course of business as long as he  is not in default of payment.  However,  he is not permitted to pledge or assign ownership of the goods subject to retention of title by way of security. the customer's payment claims against its customers arising from a resale of the  goods subject to retention   of title, and   those claims of the customer with regard to  the goods subject to retention of  title which  accrue to him or third parties  against his customers or  third parties for any other legal reason (in particular claims arising from    tort  and claims for insurance benefits), including all  current   account balances, are hereby transferred in full by the  customer to the provider by way of security  . The provider accepts this assignment.


  • The customer may collect these claims assigned to the provider  on  the provider's account in his own name for  the provider,  as long as the provider does not revoke this authorization. The   provider's ability to  collect these claims itself remains unaffected;  However,  the provider will not  assert  the claims himself and  will not revoke the direct debit authorization as long as   the customer   duly fulfills his payment obligations.


  • However, in the event of  breach of contract  by  the customer - in particular in the event of  default in payment   of a payment   claim -  the provider may  demand that the customer


  notifies  the provider of the assigned claims and their debtors,  notifies the respective debtors of  the assignment and  hands over all documents to  the provider and  provides all information that  the   The provider must  assert  the claims.


  • Any processing or transformation of the reserved goods by the customer shall always be carried out on behalf of the provider.   If the goods subject to retention of title are  processed with other goods  not belonging to the   supplier,  the supplier shall acquire co-ownership of the new item in the  ratio of the value  of    the  goods subject to retention of title   (final invoice amount including VAT) to the other processed items at the time of processing. In all other respects, the same shall apply  to the  new item resulting from processing as to the reserved goods.


  • If the goods subject to retention of title are inseparably combined or mixed with other items not belonging  to the Supplier,   the Supplier shall acquire co-ownership of the new item in proportion to the value of     the  Goods subject to retention of title  (final invoice amount including VAT) to the other combined or  mixed goods at the  time of combination or mixing.   If the goods subject to retention of title are combined or mixed in such a way   that the property of the  purchaser  is to be regarded as the  main item,   the purchaser and   the supplier are  hereby agreed upon anig, that the purchaser transfers co-ownership of this item to  the supplier on a pro rata basis. The provider accepts this transfer.


  • The resulting exclusive ownership  or co-ownership of a product  is kept in safe custody by the customer for the provider.


  • In the event of seizure of the reserved goods by third   parties  or other interventions by  third parties,  the   customer must  point out the ownership of the  provider  and notify the provider  immediately in writing so that the  provider can  can assert  its property rights.  If the third party is not in a position  to reimburse the  provider for the  judicial or extrajudicial costs incurred by the provider in  this  context,  the customer shall be liable for this.


  • At  the request of the  customer, the provider is  obliged to  release the  securities to which he is entitled to the  extent that  their claimable amount exceeds the outstanding  claims of  the provider against   the customer by   exceeds more than 10%.   However, the provider can choose the  collateral to be released.


6.   Delivery

  • Delivery times can be found on the website. The provider will point out possible deviating delivery times on the respective product page. The commencement of the delivery period specified by the  provider presupposes the timely  and proper fulfillment of  the  customer's obligations,  in particular the correct indication of  the delivery address in   the   Frame of the order, in advance.


  • If, through no  fault of  his own, the supplier is  unable to deliver the goods because the supplier's   supplier fails to fulfil its contractual obligations,  the supplier  shall be liable to  deliver  the  goods in  


 Customer immediately informed   that  the ordered goods  are not available.   Consideration already provided by the contractual partner must be reimbursed immediately. The  customer's statutory claims remain unaffected.


  • The risk of damage or loss of the goods is  transferred to the customer when the delivered goods  are handed over to  the  transport company.  If the handover or  dispatch is delayed for  reasons for which the customer is responsible  ,  the risk shall be  borne  from the  date of notification of  readiness  for dispatch of  the  delivery item the customer.



  • If the customer is  in default of acceptance or culpably violates other obligations to cooperate, the provider is entitled to demand compensation for  the  resulting damage,  including any additional costs.   Further claims remain reserved. This does not apply  if the customer  is  not  responsible for the circumstance that  led  to the  impossibility of delivery or if he temporarily  prevents  the acceptance of the  offered service  unless  the provider has  announced  the service to him in  good time in advance.


  • Interest shall be charged on the purchase price during the period of default. The default interest rate is nine percentage points above the base interest rate per year.


  • The customer reserves the right to prove that  damage  in   the  amount claimed did not occur at all or is in any case significantly lower. The risk of  accidental loss or     accidental  deterioration of the purchased item shall  pass to  the customer at the point in time at  which  the customer is in default of acceptance  or debtor's default.



  • If the purchased item is defective,  the provisions of civil liability for defects shall apply.   Notwithstanding the foregoing,


  • an insignificant defect does not entitle the customer to claims for defects;
  • the provider has the choice of the type of subsequent version;
  • in the case of new items, the limitation period for defects shall be one year from the transfer of risk;
  • in the case of used goods, rights  and claims due to defects  are generally excluded;
  • The limitation period does not begin to run anew if a replacement delivery is made within the scope of liability  for


  • The above limitations of liability and limitation periods do not apply.


  • for objects which are used for a building in accordance with their usual use and  which cause its defects;


  • for damages resulting from injury to  life, limb or  health, which are due to  an  intentional or negligent  breach of duty by the provider or  an intentional   or  negligent breach of   duty by a statutory  representative or vicarious agent of the provider,
  • for other damages resulting from an  intentional or grossly negligent breach of duty by the provider or  from an intentional or  grossly   negligent breach of   duty by a legal representative  or vicarious agent   of the provider, as well as
  • in the event that the provider has fraudulently concealed the defect.


  • The statutory limitation periods for the right of recourse according to § 478 BGB remain unaffected.


  • If the customer acts as a merchant within the  meaning of § 1 HGB,  he is subject to the commercial obligation to  inspect and give notice of defects in accordance with § 377 HGB.  If the  customer  does not comply with the  notification obligations specified therein, the goods shall be deemed to have  been approved.


7.   Liability

  • The provider is liable to the customer for all contractual, quasi-contractual and statutory, including unjustified claims for damages and reimbursement of expenses as follows:


  • The provider is liable without limitation for any legal reason in the event of intent or  gross negligence, in the  event of  intentional or  negligent injury to  life, limb   or health, due to  a Guarantee commitment, unless  otherwise specified, or on the basis of mandatory liability under the Product Liability Act.


  • If the provider negligently violates  an essential contractual obligation,  liability shall be limited to the foreseeable damage typical for the contract, unless  liability  is unlimited in accordance with  the  preceding paragraph.   Essential contractual obligations  are obligations that  the contract  imposes on the provider on the basis of  its content in order to   achieve the purpose of the contract,  the execution of which requires the proper execution of   the  contract  and  on  the  observance of which the customer  may regularly rely.


  • In all other respects, the liability of the provider is 


  • The above liability regulations also apply with regard to the liability of the  provider  for its vicarious agents and legal representatives.


 9.2 The  customer indemnifies the provider against all claims of  third parties - including the costs of  legal defense in  the  statutory amount - which  are   against   the providers due to unauthorized  or contractual actions of the customer   .


8.       Final provisions

  • The law of the Federal Republic of Germany  shall apply to the  exclusion of the  UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of  Goods.


  • If the customer is a merchant, a legal entity  under public law    or a special fund under public law, the court at the registered office of the provider shall have  jurisdiction  , unless   an exclusively  competent court  . This also applies  if the  customer  is not located within the European Union. The registered office  of the provider can be found in the heading of these terms and conditions.


  • If any provision of this Agreement  is  or  becomes invalid or unenforceable,  the remaining provisions of  this Agreement shall not be affected.