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I reside in Ireland. If I buy a automobile with Nothern Ireland registation, what do I have to do to change it to Irish and how much would it cost me?
Filed under importing - Asked by Olga Kulikova (Waterford) - Thu, 07 Mar 2013 16:30
I'm interested in a new Dacia Duster, but petrol not diesel. Dacia Ireland doesn't offer the petrol model, so I'm contemplating a new UK petrol Duster imported by me. I'm aware of the import process, but are there any likely problems? I'm especially thinking about insurance issues if it's a model not routinely sold in Ireland and also the VRT valuation process for a model not usually available here.
Any thoughts, please?
Filed under importing - Asked by Paul Marsden (Mohill) - Wed, 11 Oct 2017 17:10
I'm thinking of purchasing a automobile in Northern Ireland and then importing it to the south. I understand about the VRT procedure, but can you explain what the story with paying the VAT is? When? Where? Etc.
Filed under importing - Asked by AnnMarie Tunney (Galway) - Thu, 19 Sep 2013 10:57
We are moving to Ballyshannon and bringing our English registered automobile with us; what do we have to do by law?
Filed under importing - Asked by Karen MURPHY (COVENTRY) - Sun, 29 Sep 2013 14:53
I bought an electric automobile (a Renault Zoe) from Charles Hurst in Belfast, but I am finding it difficult to be sure of the paperwork to be presented at a VRT centre in Ireland.
Is there a number I can ring? Revenue only seem to have answering machines. Do you know if I should fill out the V5 form (red and blue form given by dealer) and send part of it away? On the form it says to send it to Swansea, but is that not just for people in the UK? Also as I have bought a second hand electric automobile, I do not have to pay VRT, but do I need an official letter confirming this before I go to aVRT appointment?
Any advice would be very helpful.
Filed under importing - Asked by Meabh Durand (Sautomobileriff, Co Clare) - Wed, 17 May 2017 20:01
Hi, I am interested in buying a 2014 to 2016 Land Rover Discovery 4. Would I save much importing? Can you do it for me?
Filed under importing - Asked by Patrick Oconnor (Sligo) - Sat, 15 Apr 2017 10:33
How many of the 76,000 imported automobiles in 2016 were imported by the motor retail trade?
Filed under importing - Asked by F D (Dublin) - Wed, 15 Mar 2017 17:21
Hi, I'm VAT-registered and looking to import a second hand commercial/crewcab vehicle from the UK. Am I correct that I don't have to pay UK VAT and only VRT when registering the automobile in Ireland?
Filed under importing - Asked by Bob Smith (Dublin) - Sun, 12 Mar 2017 18:11
Thinking of buying a classic American automobile, but don't know what I'm doing or where to have it looked after. I'm in North London.
Filed under importing - Asked by John Stock (London) - Sun, 26 Feb 2017 11:37
Is it cheaper to import a new or second hand automobile from Northern Ireland?
Filed under importing - Asked by David Fitzgerald (Cork) - Mon, 20 Feb 2017 17:14