Registering a supercar in Europe somewhere

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countryfree

Entrepreneur
slovakia
most easteuropean people register there their new car.
All you need is a company which can be 100% inactive
and if i'm not mistaken you won't need to pay VAT for the car too
Slovakia?
Had never thought of that country for registering a car. I like Bratislava, I'm always impressed to see new buildings there, but I know registration costs are quite high. Good to know that they accept inactive companies, but I'm not sure it's a good idea.
 

369

Entrepreneur
Slovakia?
Had never thought of that country for registering a car. I like Bratislava, I'm always impressed to see new buildings there, but I know registration costs are quite high. Good to know that they accept inactive companies, but I'm not sure it's a good idea.
its working for years.....
in poland you can see a lot of new higher class cars registered in slovakia.
Its working since they do it for over 4-5 years now.
Also you safe a lot of money on VAT which is the main purpose of many people to register there.
Another side effect is you don't get tickets since slovakia doesn't cowork with western countries to collect tickets.
 

GPT

Active Member
its working for years.....
in poland you can see a lot of new higher class cars registered in slovakia.
Its working since they do it for over 4-5 years now.
Also you safe a lot of money on VAT which is the main purpose of many people to register there.
Another side effect is you don't get tickets since slovakia doesn't cowork with western countries to collect tickets.
Be careful with the ticket comment. If you collect too many in a country the police will just impound the car until the tickets are paid. Seen that happening in the Netherlands and Switzerland several times already.
 

Martin Everson

Offshore Retiree
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Mentor Group Gold
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I was wondering if anyone has experience with getting a car registered in a country where they are not resident in and have put the car in name of a foundation or a company.

The reason why I am asking this is because I can't get my car registered in my current place of residence because of the HP output in combination with my age.

Out of interest one can speak to Motorama in Gibraltar as they have a VIP ownership service for registering supercars inside Gibraltar corporate structures to drive in Europe.


Also you can have a look at this faq page of another Gibraltar car dealer on use of Tourist plates:

 

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