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Old 9th November 2013, 17:14   #1 (permalink)
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Buying a car from another yabanci

Could anyone tell me the correct procedure for one English person selling a car to another English person, on MD plates already? I know we don't have to go to Mugla, and can just go to the notary in Ortaca, but do we need an official translator to sort out the sale?
Has anyone had recent experience of this and could tell me how it all works? Thank you

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You will need a translator if you don't speak Turkish. When you get the car you will have to got to your local Traffic Police to get the Ruhsat changed into your name. You would be advised to take a translator but it can be a friend. You will also need you ID . This is as of two years ago.
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I would assume the rules are the same where you live as in Bodum. Both the seller & the buyer[s] go to a Noter with an OFFICIAL translator,NOT a friend , as everything done in the Noters is legally binding & a court sworn translator has to be present.Most Noters have one they can call on to assist,cost around 80/100tl. The Noter will want to see your driving licence [uk or turkish], tax number,passport & Residence Permit ,& make sure you have your yabanci Kimlik number with you.The seller takes the same paperwork + the Ruhsat & other paperwork pertaining to the car.
If you want anyone else as well as yourself to be able to legally drive the car,they must attend,bringing their personal documents & have their name included as 'part owners' on the Ruhsat.
If as Bodrum,you come under the umbrella of Mugla district,then Yabanci registrations are done at the Polis station in Mugla,only Turks can register here at the Bodrum traffic office. If that is the case,you should be given a piece of paper by the Noter,allowing you 30 days to change the details on the Ruhsat. You must keep this paper & the Ruhsat with you at all times while driving your 'new' car,once you've changed the driver details with the Polis,just the Ruhsat must be kept with you when driving the car.
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Re: Buying a car from another yabanci

Thank you Redders- very helpful. I thought as the car is already on an MD plate it obviated the need to go to the polis station in Mugla?
But useful to know we need an official translator, presumably one of our own choice is acceptable, and also all the documents to take as well.
The Ruhsat must be equivalent to our car registration paper (old log book)?

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As long as the Translator is an official sworn one,that's fine & yes Ruhsat is like the UK Log Book/V5.Forgot to mention that on top of the Translators fee,there will be around 150tl fee from the Noter,it is normal for the buyer to pay the Noters fee,or you could split the fees 50/50.
If both the seller & buyer are foreigners,don't be surprised if the Translator tries to charge 2 fees....so negotiate,they can if they want,be flexible on fees.
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I would assume the rules are the same where you live as in Bodum. Both the seller & the buyer[s] go to a Noter with an OFFICIAL translator,NOT a friend , as everything done in the Noters is legally binding & a court sworn translator has to be present.Most Noters have one they can call on to assist,cost around 80/100tl. The Noter will want to see your driving licence [uk or turkish], tax number,passport & Residence Permit ,& make sure you have your yabanci Kimlik number with you.The seller takes the same paperwork + the Ruhsat & other paperwork pertaining to the car.
If you want anyone else as well as yourself to be able to legally drive the car,they must attend,bringing their personal documents & have their name included as 'part owners' on the Ruhsat.
If as Bodrum,you come under the umbrella of Mugla district,then Yabanci registrations are done at the Polis station in Mugla,only Turks can register here at the Bodrum traffic office. If that is the case,you should be given a piece of paper by the Noter,allowing you 30 days to change the details on the Ruhsat. You must keep this paper & the Ruhsat with you at all times while driving your 'new' car,once you've changed the driver details with the Polis,just the Ruhsat must be kept with you when driving the car.
Now if all posts on here was that correct & specific..................nobody would have lost any money in Turkey. Very good detail.
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