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If i'm right,

you must of course pay the VAT on the car, plus i guess there is a fee per Kg (but it's quite low).
Then, you must go to the "service des mines" in france, or TUV in Germany etc (depends on where you live) to have your car registered as a legal car in your country. This is complex if the car has never been sold in your country. Otherwise, there is a certificate you can get from the local importer stating the car complies with the countries legislation...

Basically it's the same for any car...
 

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There is no real way around that...too bad !

Maybe there is a way to get a Z plate so you can leave the car on Swiss plates....
 

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That's for foreigners that don't have the legal paperwork to live in switzerland, maybe the cars are even duty free, but i'm not sure on that.
But i think usually it's not legal to drive such a car in your country of residence, for tax reasons.
 

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Boxer said:
Will do. Thanks.
Here Z plates are for foreigners, U plates are garage plates
 
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