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Old 20th April 2014, 07:27 PM
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Originally Posted by marpey View Post
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You will find in relation to things vehicular, the businesses here have very little interest in foreign stuff. Try importing a car from somewhere else and you will find the dealers here won't play ball. Good luck when your car goes wrong

Insurance here as far as non-residents are concerned is limited to hire cars I think, and once you have residency, you must have a local driving licence in order to rent or lease a car - or insure one you bought.

Are you sure the problem is that you are not in possession of a local driving licence and therefore cannot insure a privately owned vehicle, regardless of country of origin ?
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