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Old 21 Feb 2021, 16:34 (Ref:4036201)   #151
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Minor update on not needing Carnets for Euro trips .
https://www.gov.uk/government/upload...161/ce1246.pdf
Link to form for taking goods out on a temporary basis .
Explained here with the other details for not needing a carnet for your comp car .
https://www.gov.uk/taking-goods-out-...duplicate-list

The pdf for the listing does seem to imply that it only covers tools and equipment that may be required; it doesn't mention the car/s itself/themselves. And that, to me at least, appears to be as reported before, and linked to on this thread, although I don't think that the form required had been published before.
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Old 21 Feb 2021, 17:47 (Ref:4036212)   #152
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The pdf for the listing does seem to imply that it only covers tools and equipment that may be required; it doesn't mention the car/s itself/themselves. And that, to me at least, appears to be as reported before, and linked to on this thread, although I don't think that the form required had been published before.
There have been several postings showing that the car does not need a carnet if it is registered and with its owner .
http://www.autoaddicts.co.uk/brexit-...MTJYaX45Cdq5XA
But I put this latest one up as it shows the form for not needing any carnets for spares etc .
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Old 21 Feb 2021, 18:05 (Ref:4036214)   #153
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Your last link mentions the mandatory sticker "Attention angles morts" but I think there are exemptions at least in France, for car-trailers and tow-trucks for instance, reasons are obvious (impossible to place).
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Old 22 Feb 2021, 07:20 (Ref:4036259)   #154
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Hi all.
We delivered a GT40 back to France last week, it was transported back in a trailer purchased here ( UK ) by the French client. The Sprinter, trailer and GT40 passed into France without any issues. The race car and trailer stayed in France and the Sprinter returned empty on its own.
Not one customs officer asked any questions.

I am testing at Hockenheim a week Wednesday.. see how that goes.

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Old 22 Feb 2021, 19:35 (Ref:4036342)   #155
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Hi all.
We delivered a GT40 back to France last week, it was transported back in a trailer purchased here ( UK ) by the French client. The Sprinter, trailer and GT40 passed into France without any issues. The race car and trailer stayed in France and the Sprinter returned empty on its own.
Not one customs officer asked any questions.

I am testing at Hockenheim a week Wednesday.. see how that goes.

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This is all quite encouraging compared to the "doom and gloom" predictions that we had seen Let's hope it continues in this vein
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Old 23 Feb 2021, 09:41 (Ref:4036384)   #156
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This is all quite encouraging compared to the "doom and gloom" predictions that we had seen Let's hope it continues in this vein
But I still assume you would need to have the carnet handy, just in case customs want to know what you are towing...
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Old 23 Feb 2021, 09:44 (Ref:4036386)   #157
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Assume no one is bothering asking questions as the duties will not be applied until 1/4.
You would think it will get interesting for a time at that point!
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Old 26 Feb 2021, 15:30 (Ref:4037146)   #158
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Will they only be joking though?
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They are not. And some special sections are quite aware about the real price of a classic. Talking about his better than new Cobra, a bloke tried to argue it was an old wreck. This was not appreciated at all. They know the business. And they use inter web and read the auction results. Dont mess with those people.
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Hi.
Just boarded the train at the tunnel on my way to test for Gotcha at Hockenhiem this Wednesday.
Van full of bits again, but just declared I was testing. They were happy with all the elite sports person bit ( whatever ! ).
Then the customs pulled me over, gulp , looked in the back and I mean it’s full... shut the door and sent me on my way.
Good mate of mine took a car to a wind tunnel in France last week with all the correct paperwork and spent 6 hrs trying to get it stamped. No one knew what to do !
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Good mate of mine took a car to a wind tunnel in France last week with all the correct paperwork and spent 6 hrs trying to get it stamped. No one knew what to do !
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Begs the question, Andy, where; this side of the water or over there?

Oh, good luck with the testing.
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No idea what was meant to happen
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What,not even on April 1st?
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What,not even on April 1st?
Everything will change after this date, from 12 PM plus one minute.
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