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Old 20.08.2011, 01:23
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Re: Importing a car thats already in Switzerland

i just did this.
you need to get a certificate of conformity from a swiss bmw gargage (can take up to 14 days) and the emmissions test paperyou need all the paperwork from day1 of the car.

you need a salescontract(even is the car is free, just put an acceptable value on it otherwise they will do it for you.
Then you go to the big building in basel and get all the import papers (with the coc, first inscription, contract, proof of ownership of the owner. )

pay the duties (I paid 21% 2 weeks ago f the total price...) then with that you go and get emissions taken care off (any garage will do it) with all that you make an appointment at the inspection (make sure the car is spotless , even under the hood) pass that, pay again, call your iunsurance (swiss one) and get your plates (pay again) hand in your old plates and you are good to go.
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