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As mentioned before we are kind of Experienced with Shipping Vehicles all over the World. We have Customers in all European Countries, Norway, UK, Australia, China, USA, New Zealand, Russia, Chile and a lot more.

 

Our Service Options include:

- Export plates ( 30 days or 5 days) whatever necessary

- Custom documents required for export from Germany/ import to Destination

- Shipping ( Driven by one of our Drivers, On a Transporter or by Ship)

- Private Customers will get an introduction in the car in english

Generally not all cars make sense be bought in Germany, there are 3 different Tax situations:

 

A Used car with a private preowner (called Differnzbesteuert §25a):

The VAT for this cars is finally payed in Germany. That means the shown price includes the German VAT. If we Export this car to another country it will be sold within this German VAT, No matter to which country. If you came from a NON-EU country this cars are not very attractive for you, as you have to pay the German VAT which is included in the price and additional the import-VAT in your country:

Example: We sell a used Motorhome built 2005 with 120.000km driven, private preowner to New Zealand (or other NON EU Countries):

Sales Price Germany 20.000€ (incl. VAT $25a), Shipping and Handlling 5.000€ -> Import VAT (GST) in new Zealand 15% = (20.000€+5.000€) * 115% = 28.750€ plus aditional fees 

If the car was sold to an EU Member country this tax situation might be an opportunaty (as long as the VAT in this country is higher then 19%) Example Sweden:

Sales Price Germany 20.000€ (incl. VAT $25a) -> No VAT in Sweden (normally 25%), 6% VAT-Difference saved.

 

A Used Vehicle (more then 6000km driven, registered more then 6 month) with a company preowner (Rental Car, Business car, office Car, etc) :

The price is shown on our homepage brutto as inkl. 19% German VAT: often there is also shown the net price without VAT. These cars can be sold for then net price without German VAT to any country outside EU. To private EU residents this car will be sold with 19% German VAT, in the Destination country there will be no VAT to be payed. To Dealers, reseller and Businesses this cars will be sold net and the company has to pay the VAT in Destination Country.

Example: We sell a used Motorhome built 2016 with 10.000km driven, ex rental Car to New Zealand (or  other NON EU-Countries):

Sales Price Germany 40.000€ (gross incl. 19% VAT) = 33613,44€ (net without VAT), Shipping and Handlling 5.000€ -> Import VAT (GST) in new Zealand 15% = (33613,44€+5.000€) * 115% = 45950€ plus aditional fees 

 

If the car was sold to an EU Member country this tax situation might be an opportunaty (as long as the VAT in this country is higher then 19%). Example Sweden

Private: Sales Price Germany 40.000€ (gross inkl 19% VAT) -> No VAT in Sweden (normally 25%), 6% VAT-Difference saved.

Business: Sales Price Germany 40.000€ (gross inkl 19% VAT)  -> Car will be sold net without VAT for 33613,44€ -> Company will have to pay 25% VAT in Sweden

 

A new Vehicle ( less then 6000km driven, registered less then 6 month) :

This kind of car will be sold net without VAT to all foreign customers. However for some countrys we might ask for a Deposit until we get the confirmation the tax is payed in the destination country.

Example: We sell a new Motorhome never registerd:

Private Customer Sweden: Sales Price Germany 45.000€ (gross inkl 19% VAT) -> We sell the car net for 37. 815€ -> the customer has to pay 25% VAT in Sweden on Top

Business Sweden:Sales Price Germany 45.000€ (gross inkl 19% VAT) -> We sell the car net for 37.815€ -> the customer has to pay 25% VAT in Sweden on Top

Private or Business NON-EU Country: We sell the car net  for 37.815€ -> local VAT has to be payed with Import of the vehicle.