- Jul 30, 2017
- Funster No
- Hymer 654
- On and off since 95
Thats what i was led to believe from the posts ive read on other motor groups etc.It is completely legal to drive it from the port to home or a place of testing providing it is insured. To be legal you should drive it without any number plates. However, our Belgium dealer fits a set of false plates as there is far less chance of getting stopped.
But in germany apparently export/transit plates are required to get it from seller to the point of export which would be calais in my case ....the plates are apparently valid for 3 days and include insurance but unsure of the cost of these