If I move to live in Ireland from England is it a good idea to bring my car with me or should I buy over there?
Filed under importing - Asked by Russell Drake (Bolton ) - Wed, 17 Feb 2021 23:24
If you like your current car then it’s definitely a good idea to bring it with you. Importing a vehicle as part of a change of address means that you won’t have to pay Vehicle Registration Tax, which is a significant saving. All you need is proof of the change of address, and proof of at least six months’ tax and insurance at your previous address.
Read our Guide to Importing Cars from the UK feature for more.
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