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A uk car in Germany

A uk car in Germany

Old Jun 15th 2003, 9:26 pm
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I have my uk car in germany and like to keep it longer . Does anybody has got experience what to do ? Is it posseble to insure it in Germany for a short while?
Somebody has told me that by law an insurer must cover you third party anywhere in Europe for the duration of the policy"?

Can anybody confirm that?!
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Old Jun 28th 2003, 11:29 pm
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A German insurance company could insure the vehicle on it's chassis number or VIN, as opposed to the No' plate... l know AXA in France can do this... your 3rd party cover from the UK is not third party in truth, it is the legal minimum (eg; like Road Traffic Act only) and in an accident you may find German law dictates it covers only a preportion of damages - not all. It is relatively easy to re-register your car, why baulk at doing so? You will also find German road users more courteous if you have German plates :-)
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