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04-12-2019, 12:21   #46
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i think they may want to inspect it but possibly won't.

You can't just re-register it in his name as it is marked as exported. You'll have to go through the import procedure in order to get a new V5C issued in your friends name and address. You can then use this to register the car in Ireland.
Hi Isambard so will I have to import it in his name first to re-register it? just trying to clarify
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I'd say the best bet here is put the car up on donedeal as sold as seen for a knockdown cash price and get rid of it asap.
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I'd say the best bet here is put the car up on donedeal as sold as seen for a knockdown cash price and get rid of it asap.
Who would buy it without a v5 no one
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An import dealer perhaps. But they'd only give you small money.

you could also break it and sell it for parts.
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Hi Isambard so will I have to import it in his name first to re-register it? just trying to clarify
you'll have to import it back into the UK (on paper as a minimum)to get it in his UK name and then re-import it here. You have to get a V5C somehow otherwise you can't reg it here.
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you'll have to import it back into the UK (on paper as a minimum)to get it in his UK name and then re-import it here. You have to get a V5C somehow otherwise you can't reg it here.
Correct , should only be a paperwork exercise.. i will tell you how i get on.. Swansey are being very non european , they say the country you import it into will sort it. They have not had to deal with spanish nct company who say no way.
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Correct , should only be a paperwork exercise.. i will tell you how i get on.. Swansey are being very non european , they say the country you import it into will sort it. They have not had to deal with spanish nct company who say no way.
Ireland won't play ball either, you need the V5C.
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I think it be a good idea asking a car dealers who import lot UK car what your options as he may you came across this situation before
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What car is it?
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Ireland won't play ball either, you need the V5C.
It is a spanish company that do the NCT AND VRT
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car will have to go back to UK to get a new V5C. NI an option ??

I still don't understand how people are still getting caught with this. RoI drivers have been. importing cars from UK forever: this is not new.

And the new V5C even has it written on it that it MUST be given to a person exporting it so that it can be re-reg'd in the new owners country.

Does no one read anything anymore ??
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The dealer should apply for a permanent export cert on your behalf.
Lean on them to sort it, its their mistake!
or else maybe apply for one using your mates address.
This will suffice for the VRT.
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Also see what i did on this thread.
https://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/show...#post111385592

Difference here is there had been no export cert submitted to DVLA.
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car will have to go back to UK to get a new V5C. NI an option ??

I still don't understand how people are still getting caught with this. RoI drivers have been. importing cars from UK forever: this is not new.

And the new V5C even has it written on it that it MUST be given to a person exporting it so that it can be re-reg'd in the new owners country.

Does no one read anything anymore ??
Don't underestimate how many in the UK think Ireland is part of the UK and would insist on sending all paperwork to the DVLA.
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The dealer should apply for a permanent export cert on your behalf.
Lean on them to sort it, its their mistake!
or else maybe apply for one using your mates address.
This will suffice for the VRT.
the whole problem is that they stopped issuing Certs of Export last February
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