Import Custom Regulations in Germany
Admitted duty - free if Customer has lived abroad for over one year, has owned and used the auto for a minimum of six months, if brought in for personal use with household goods and will not be sold for one year.
Cars must be inspected before licensing, comply with German technical and environmental regulations and require modifications.
- Proof of ownership
- Car documents
- German driver's license
- Owner's passport
- Owner's police registration in Germany (polizieliche Anmeldebestatigung)
- Insurance record from country of origin
- Third - party liability insurance that begins with Customs clearance
- Declaration of Customer that no high value goods are in car
- Origin Registration and copy of title
- Commercial invoice, if new vehicle
- It is highly recommended that the Customer informs the Destination Agent of all auto details prior to importing.
Disclaimer: Customs regulations are subject to changes. The information above is a concise summary of customs Import Regulations which is effected on car shipment to this destination and is being provided as guidance to assist our clients.Because these regulations are subject to change without notice, Anon Car Shipping cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other outcomes resulting from non - conformity. Always double check with your local embassy or custom authorities.