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Old 9th October 2014, 11:24   #31 (permalink)
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Re: Travelling across Europe using a car with Turkish plates

From Turkey to the UK (MA plate).

Just went to my broker & told him to get me the price for the green card for two months.
I then went to another broker for a price (cant remember how much) but my own broker was cheaper. Takes two or three days to actually obtain it. The only time I was asked to produce was at the Swiss border crossing, pretty sure they never asked to see it at Dover.
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Re: Travelling across Europe using a car with Turkish plates

BRINGING YOUR CAR INTO TURKEY
Cars in Turkey are seen as a luxury and the prices of vehicles, taxes and fuel does seem extortionate to most foreigners. The cost of an average second hand motor can be as much as 3 times the price you would expect to pay in the UK or Europe. Many foreigners originally think that they can bring their cars over from the UK and drive them permanently in Turkey – this is not usually the case.

Bringing a car from the UK to Turkey
Bringing your car into Turkey - In most circumstances, UK registered vehicles can be brought to Turkey for no longer than a 6 month period. The car should then be taken out of the country for at least another 6 months.

Blue-plate and tax free cars
We have come across exceptions to this rule with regards to those with a Turkish work permit issued by the Ministry of Labour, NATO staff, retired foreigners, diplomats and foreign press. In these cases it may be possible to either purchase a tax-free ‘blue-plate car’ or import your foreign owned car tax-free for use during your stay in Turkey. There are a number of laws and regulations surrounding this issue that are changing so please check with authorities if you believe you fall into one of the categories. We currently believe that these drivers can bring their foreign car, have it officially registered against their passport and permit providing they are the only drivers of the vehicle, and that they pay a touring tax (warranty to ensure that the car is returned to its country of origin when its touring visa has expired). These cars are often referred to as ‘blue plate cars’. If you do fall into this category do keep in mind that you may face difficulties when looking to sell your blue-plate car in Turkey as these cars can only be brought by others meeting the strict criteria.
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