If you are from NI but live in the Republic of Ireland, you should exchange your NI/ UK driving licence for an Irish driving licence before the 31 December 2020, so you can drive legally in the Republic of Ireland.
Can I drive a Northern Ireland registered car in Ireland?
A: No, not if your main residence is in NI and that your car is registered and taxed in NI. You will only need to re-register and tax the car in Ireland if your main residence is there. … A: No, you cannot drive in N.
How long can you drive a Northern Ireland car in Ireland?
How long can I drive in Ireland on UK plates? Vehicles from the UK can be temporarily driven in Ireland for up to 12 months.
Can I drive my UK car in Ireland?
Don’t worry – you can still use your valid, full UK driving licence to drive in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. If you don’t have either a UK or EU licence, you’ll need an international driving permit. Remember, in the Republic of Ireland, you must carry your driver’s licence or permit at all times.
Can I buy a car in Northern Ireland and bring it to Ireland?
If a car to be imported into Ireland is first registered in Northern Ireland after January 1 2021, then it can be done without any checks on its customs status. In other words, current rules remain unchanged. VRT is still payable on such vehicles.
Can I driving a northern reg car south?
I have been told by a customs officer that it is illegal to drive a Northern registered car if you are resident in the South, even if you are otherwise legally allowed to drive the car and the registered owner of the car is resident in the North.
Can I import a car from UK to Northern Ireland?
All motor vehicles imported from the UK into the State must be registered within 30 days of the date they first arrive. However, there are some exceptions. VRT is charged in most cases when a vehicle is registered in the State.
Are cars cheaper in Northern Ireland?
“There are a myriad of factors that mean different vehicles are cheaper in various parts of the country. The size of some of the variations is striking and it shows that it pays to do your homework before making a purchase.”
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Do you have to pay VRT on a car from Northern Ireland?
So how do you import a car from Northern Ireland into the Republic of Ireland and what costs are involved? The main thing to consider is VRT (Vehicle Registration Tax). You will be required to pay this and have the vehicle inspected at a NCT test centre.
How much is VRT on a car from Northern Ireland to Ireland?
The VRT is generally 13.3% of the OMSP and the minimum due is €125.
Can I drive in Northern Ireland after Brexit?
Visitors to Ireland and the UK will continue to be permitted to drive with their home country full driving licence. In addition, a valid insurance disc will serve as proof of insurance for those driving Irish-registered vehicles in the UK (including Northern Ireland). There is no need for a ‘green card’.
Can I drive in Ireland with a UK licence after Brexit?
A. In a no-deal Brexit scenario, as a resident in Ireland, your UK driving licence will not be valid to drive here in Ireland.
Do I need a green card to drive from Northern Ireland to Republic of Ireland?
Green Card insurance documents which have been required for Northern Ireland motorists post-Brexit to drive in the Republic will no longer be required, the European Commission has said.
Can I still import a car from UK to Ireland?
If you import a vehicle from UK to Ireland you are required to pay VAT. Currently VAT is charges at 23%. If you import a vehicle from Great Britain into Ireland you must complete a customs declaration. If you import a vehicle from UK to Ireland Customs Duty is 0% if the vehicle originated in the UK.
Can you trade in an Irish car in Northern Ireland?
Can I trade in my Irish registered vehicle? Yes – We can trade in your Irish registered vehicle.
Can you avoid VRT?
In some cases, you might not have to pay Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) when you register your vehicle. Alternatively you may be entitled to relief from a certain amount of VRT. … More extensive VRT information is given in the Exemptions and Reliefs manual.