Yes in the event of a 'deal' there will be a transition period. Until end of december 2020 at the moment. No deal then as @DBK stated.yeah, but is there not some sort of grace period before it all takes effect, i,m sure i heard that?
I think if no deal it would not need to be paid as being exported to a non-eu country?You might have to pay the local VAT and reclaim it though.
FYIIf the Withdrawal Agreement is signed then there should be no change in 2020. But with a no deal then we will be treated like anyone else not in the EU. A good dealer will know how to sell to someone outside the EU. Hopefully you will be able to buy the vehicle as a tax-free export then pay VAT and any import tariffs* (12%?) on return to the UK. You might have to pay the local VAT and reclaim it though.
* From memory 12.5% is the WTO rate on vehicles although the UK can decide not to apply them but it has to do this for all countries.
Not for export sales you don't.You must be VAT Registered to reclaim VAT back , and is for business purchases.
Don't be silly you are dealing with Campirama, they don't say the Drama of Campirama for no reason or as they are known in Belgium Campadrama.Thanks all,
I may speed up the process. If the bloody dealer would answer my email.......
They'd only reintroduce it to pay for all the intervening wars.While we're at it, income tax was introduced as a temporary measure to pay for the Napoleonic Wars, which I'm sure have been paid off by now. Time to cancel that too.