I had to change the headlamps. I was quoted £2,000 by Audi.If we moved there we would have no problem with the hab door on our N&B Arto, but what are they like about RHD steering? Lights and things are already adjusted/changed for Continent.
That looks a bit extreme Trevor just for changing the headlamps.I had to change the headlamps. I was quoted £2,000 by Audi.
So I bought a set of headlamps from eBay.de for £280 ish and fitted them myself.
The Audi A3 has twin rear fog lamps, so no problems there. The rear fog has to be in the middle, on the left or left and right.
DIS system in the dash can be switched to kph with the wiper computer stalk. So that’s easy. View attachment 718454
That’s the only way to get them out Lenny.That looks a bit extreme Trevor just for changing the headlamps.
Anything before the brexit exit december 31st 2020 wouldn't count as they were still in the club.I did matriculate my Spanish car in 2019 with not tax.
As I understand it, if you are moving to Spain to become a resident, you can take it as personal import without tax.
I mentioned this before. But I will duplicate it to clarify.Anything before the brexit exit december 31st 2020 wouldn't count as they were still in the club.
Now even I wouldn't think about it with import tax to pay. Far better to sell in the UK & use the money you would have spent buying a better or newer one.
If you don't have a CoC or cannot get one it will be difficult unless your V5 has a type approval number in box K.
Because you are basically acting like a business would & they have to pay 4,1% tax on the spanish governments value* put on the vehicle to import them.Trevor
In my ignorance, I cannot understand why is there tax between Germany and Spain in the EU free market?
Did someone say you can only import a Japanese import car into Spain if you are Spanish or a Spanish Resident?Because you are basically acting like a business would & they have to pay 4,1% tax on the spanish governments value* put on the vehicle to import them.
The fact that you are a private person does not enter in to it as you are the same as a business & importing,albeit privately.
* The gov.es publishes a list of every vehicle ,model & type from all manufacturers sold in spain each year.same applies for boats both sail & power. Once you have found your model or the nearest to it ,you then have the initial price when on sale in spain. There is another list showing the reducing value year by year up to year 10 when it is 10% . This is the minimum amount on which you can pay the tax.
So if you find your vehicle cost 50,000 new & is now 10 years old then you will be asked to pay 10% of 50k = 5K x 4,1% =205€
It reduces 10% for each year.
No idea. It used to be difficult enough when the Uk was in, as the eu directives states that if a vehicle has been imprted from anywhere in the world in to an eu country & is then imported in to another eu state it is a shoe -in.Did someone say you can only import a Japanese import car into Spain if you are Spanish or a Spanish Resident?