Green card / Docs Spain

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  1. Jackomet

    Jackomet Read Only Funster

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    People,
    Just read that for travelling in Spain "caravans / trailers over 750 kg must have their own registration documents and green card". ie. the car stuff does not cover them.
    Any comments?
    Jack
     
  2. hogan

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    If you are just coming here for a holiday dont worry.If it is legal in the country of residence then is it legal here.Not sure about outside the EU though.
     
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    That sounds like a plus for "A" Frames
     
  4. Heyupluv

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    Hi
    Here in France where we live it is the same as Spain, we have to have separate insurance, Carte Gris(log book), and its own number plates and that is for a twin axle trailer 1990kg weight(anything over 750kg)
    Mel
    I would think you would be covered by laws in England (but not sure 100%) just when you are travelling abroad through Europe...as long as your insurance for your car also covers your trailer at least third party...Damage and injury to the other person-s
    Mel
     
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    We was told by our French insurance company
    1/ up to 500kg your car insurance covers the trailer
    2/ 500kg to 750kg you need insurance
    3/ 750kg and above you need, insurance, Carte Gris(log book),number plates (with a different number) it is like a individual vehicle separate to the car that is pulling it
    Mel
     
  6. zaskar

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    Is that not for RESIDANTS ONLY of France?
    As I understood it, you can HOLIDAY in France or Spain for a set period of time (up to 12 months I think, after which you must re-register the caravan/trailer in the appropriate country).
     
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    Yes for RESIDENTS of France
     
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