So Brexit happened, and Covid happened, and everything kept moving fairly smoothly. Yes in the last few months there have been delays creeping in to most areas of the car shipping, import and registration processes. We look into why.
How will Brexit affect UK Car Imports? We discuss UK import Processes, Testing and Registration following the transition period
**** UPDATE **** We now have an excellent account manager at the DVLA who turns around our applications very quickly The DVLA have been extremely slow recently at processing import applications for registration (V55/5 and V55/4) – the reasons for this are two-fold in our experience, firstly they have stopped local offices (ours being Northampton)…
Shipping a car to the UK that was manufactured prior to 1st January 1960? Well, the DVLA now have decided that your vehicle will be exempt from MOT testing – including the first MOT on arrival in the UK. This means you can ship a pre-1960 vehicle into the UK and register it (once you have cleared customs and insured the vehicle) with out having to put the car through an MOT first.
Dodge release their latest paint colour for the 2011 Dodge Challenger – ‘Green with Envy’
There are many stages in importing a vehicle into the UK, which vary depending on the age, value and manufacturing origin of the vehicle in question. Our full import service includes: Shipping Collection of your vehicle from country of export and delivery to nearest port (currently US only), transportation of vehicle to UK by sea…
A complete guide to importing a 2005-2009 Ford Mustang to the UK including IVA modification and DVLA registration