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Old 28.01.2015, 18:58
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Re: short-term full casco?

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Do I need to keep the car's original registration paper (Fahrzeugausweis) in the car?
You may get away with it within CH, but definitely need the original if you go out of CH.

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Re: short-term full casco?

If you get a jobsworth cop then they will give you a 20 chf fine for not having the original. I never have the original in the car. There have been many cases of people simply re registering the car in their name when going for test drives .. A famous one was a rental car case.
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Re: short-term full casco?

no I need to put the large CH sticker on the car's backside somewhere on the chassis or would it also pass on the rear window?
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no I need to put the large CH sticker on the car's backside somewhere on the chassis or would it also pass on the rear window?
Get one if those magnetic ones from Jumbo or Migros Do It then you'll just be able to take it off when they get back to Switzerland.
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Old 30.01.2015, 21:47
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Get one if those magnetic ones from Jumbo or Migros Do It then you'll just be able to take it off when they get back to Switzerland.
don't have time anymore, they leave tomorrow morning and I bought the self-adhesive one. On the back window I wouldn't mind as I'll just get it off once they are back. But I'd rather not put it on the paint...
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Re: short-term full casco?

The sticker must be well readable, on the rear end, and at a height between 0.2m-1.5m above ground.

"Am Heck" doesn't sound to me like in the inside is accepted. At any rate, customs personnel should know, have them ask there
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no I need to put the large CH sticker on the car's backside somewhere on the chassis or would it also pass on the rear window?
Where are they driving? If it's to Italy then I wouldn't chance it (story here last year about a huge fine for not having the sticker). If Germany, France, or Austria I wouldn't sweat it (too much).
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Re: short-term full casco?

Italy it is

and here they say it cannot be more than 30 degrees tilted, so rear window is a no-go either
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