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I'm hoping you can help me with something. I recently found your crew cab and commercial article and found it very interesting. I'm currently in an odd position. I'm looking for a crew cab SUV that would be used for work and domestic but I am not a registered business. So the crew cab would need to be reverted back to the original (much higher) tax bracket. I've heard that a PPS number can be used as a tax number and that would be the main hurdle handled. I was wondering if you or your readers have any experience doing this?
The last thing I want is buying an SUV only to find out I can't tax it.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Tom - Thu, 19 Aug 2021 20:47
Is it possible to convert a two-seat N1 (10-year-old Range Rover) to a five-seat N1?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Ken McGrath (Cork) - Tue, 13 Jul 2021 22:03
How much would it cost roughly to tax a commercial van like a Ford Transit ot Transit Connect LWB or something similar for private use?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Rhys Rutherford (Ballinasloe ) - Thu, 18 Mar 2021 12:03
I have a 191 Ford Kuga Utility four-seat commercial that I'm looking in the near future to use privately. Is this as simple as insuring and taxing it as a private vehicle or are there any other steps, i.e re-registering it as a private vehicle?
Thanks in advance for your help
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Stuart Coonerny - Mon, 08 Mar 2021 17:16
I would like to know if the Volkswagen Grand California van is available now in America? I’m looking for this type of camper. It has everything I need and it’s very compact, not huge like most RV campers, this is about the size of a conversion van or little bit bigger. Also, can I get this camper in the State of Georgia?
Please get back to me.
Thank you, John
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by John Blane (Valdosta, Ga. ) - Tue, 16 Mar 2021 01:03
I am currently office based for work with the requirement to visit building sites from time to time. I am considering buying a Ford Transit Connect van, 1.5-litre that is more practical than my current car for visiting sites. I would therefore need the van for work and private purposes as I cannot afford to have a seperate car for private use only. What type of tax and insurance by law do I need for this scenario (private/commercial) and what would be the approx cost of same?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Ronan Toft (Kilcullen) - Sat, 06 Mar 2021 14:32
I want to buy an N1 van and change to M1 status. How do I do this?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Mohammed Ahmed (Midleton) - Thu, 04 Mar 2021 03:31
Thinking of buying a used electric Nissan NV200 in Ireland and taxing and insuring it privately and using it as my private car for non-commercial use. Do I have to pay VAT and would it qualify for low tax?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Shirley O'Brien (Galway) - Fri, 26 Feb 2021 22:00
I already have a car in my name for private use and I'm thinking of buying an old 2002 Toyota Hilux to have some fun driving an old truck. So, I have two questions: can I register its ownership without having a company? Can I purchase classic insurance for this Hilux?
Thanks in advance!!
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Renato Dultra (Maynooth) - Fri, 26 Feb 2021 00:01
I am looking to buy a 2013 Range Rover Sport, a 3.0-litre diesel that is currently designated as a business commercial vehicle with €333 tax. There are five seats and no VAT on the sale off the vehicle. Once purchased, I wish to tax it privately and also insure it privately as a passenger car. Can you outline this process and if it’s straightforward and possible?
Filed under commercial vehicle - Asked by Frank Mitchel (Dublin) - Sat, 06 Feb 2021 07:37