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Old 29.10.2014, 09:37
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Re: Driving a car with foreign plate with Swiss Driving License in Switzerland

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No need to be rude about it.

Let's assume I plan to move it once I have owned it for 6 months in which case I do not need to pay additional tax, as it will count as my own property. Can anyone clearly answer my previous questions with this assumption?
Would go from your date of registration as a person in Switzerland. To avoid the Swiss tax you need to own it 6 months before you enter and declare it as household goods at the border or inland customs = exempt.

Read this

http://www.ezv.admin.ch/zollinfo_pri...x.html?lang=en

Right hand side of page

Fact Sheet "Putting private motor vehicles and trailers into free circulation"

Section 4.3

Migrants' household effects are assessed as duty-free.
The vehicles of immigrants are considered household effects if they were used for their own personal use or for their job or for the pursuit of a trade for at least six months abroad and are destined for their own use in the customs area
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