Nothing like seeing 2 native Greek speakers going at it full belt, lol
Always sounds like a huge argument
Even their 'yes' sounds like 'no'
No. The authorities here notify the DVLA directly of the cars import/export. Regardless, when it finally has its Greek registration i will notify the DVLA that it has been exported. At this moment its in a sort of limbo status, and why i can't use it here currently.Have you SORNed it back in the UK in case it comes home?
Am not sure of the English systemAs i didnt buy it from new i doubt it, no way to calculate a figure i'd have thought 🤔
Am not sure of the English system
But the Irish system is VRT or Vehicle Registration Tax, which loads a new and newly imported vehicle with tax based on emissions, specification and condition and charged at a percentage of the on the road price of the vehicle.
It works both ways, ie if you import a vehicle you pay it to receive a vehicle registration certificate and if you export a vehicle you can claim a rebate of taxes paid, based on the same criteria