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1.       oana2009
18 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 02:16 pm

hello,

 

ý moved to turkey 7 month ago. ý had my car wýth me but ý took ýt back to my orýgýn country - because of that rule that u can keep ýt ýn turkey only 6 months.

now ý have started to work and ý hope ý wýll obtaýn the workýng permýse.

 

can anyone advýse me related to blue plak car?

what are the condýtýons to obtaýn ýt?

after ý get my workýng permýt ý want to buy a new car from my orýgýn country and to brýng ýt to turkey. there ýs any regulatýon lýke the car should be on my name for the last 6 months?

 

ýf u know any sýte that offers more ýnfo, ý would apprecýated.

 

thank you in advance for your answer.

 

2.       gulbil
88 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 02:35 pm

 

Quoting oana2009

hello,

 

ý moved to turkey 7 month ago. ý had my car wýth me but ý took ýt back to my orýgýn country - because of that rule that u can keep ýt ýn turkey only 6 months.

now ý have started to work and ý hope ý wýll obtaýn the workýng permýse.

 

can anyone advýse me related to blue plak car?

what are the condýtýons to obtaýn ýt?

after ý get my workýng permýt ý want to buy a new car from my orýgýn country and to brýng ýt to turkey. there ýs any regulatýon lýke the car should be on my name for the last 6 months?

 

ýf u know any sýte that offers more ýnfo, ý would apprecýated.

 

thank you in advance for your answer.

 

 i really do not know what the rules are now.

but many years ago ,my canadian friend bought a car and he got a blue plate number only by applying to the police station so if you do the same i m sure they will help you solve ur problem.

 

3.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 02:43 pm

I heard cost lots of money to register the car there..(to get turkish number)..but if you have money to buy a car you also have for this Big smile



Edited (10/7/2009) by ReyhanL

4.       Iceheart_Omnis
106 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 03:02 pm

I think maybe you could sell your car in your country and buy a new one in Turkey, some teachers in our uni have brought their cars from Europe, and it´s a real hassle to register it in Turkey, plus you can´t sell your foreign-bought car to a Turkish citizen in here, and in case you travel back to your country, you need to get a document from the touring association or somesuch to justify your foreign-bought car sitting around in Turkey while its owner is away.

It seems to be quite the bureaucratic hassle.

5.       oana2009
18 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 03:13 pm

getting the turkish plate no it`s very expensive.

and i can by a better car from my own country at the half price of Turkey. that`s why ý want to buy it from there.

 

we have asked the police also but the info we got were confusing and i thought that another foreigner might help.

 

thank u for your reply, anyhow

 

kolay gelsin

6.       Iceheart_Omnis
106 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 04:23 pm

Right, I´ve heard everyone complain about the price of cars in Turkey in comparison to Europe, I have no clue since I don´t own a car and don´t look forward to that anyway

7.       _AE_
677 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 04:26 pm

 

Quoting Iceheart_Omnis

Right, I´ve heard everyone complain about the price of cars in Turkey in comparison to Europe, I have no clue since I don´t own a car and don´t look forward to that anyway

 

 As far as I am aware the UK is more expensive on nearly everything (including cars) than Turkey

 

This is the trouble when people just say "europe" - maybe eastern europe is cheaper, but we are all different countries with different prices!!!

8.       ReyhanL
1961 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 04:27 pm

It was about South-East Europe.

9.       mhsn supertitiz
518 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 06:42 pm

 

Quoting _AE_

 

 

 As far as I am aware the UK is more expensive on nearly everything (including cars) than Turkey

 

This is the trouble when people just say "europe" - maybe eastern europe is cheaper, but we are all different countries with different prices!!!

 

are you sure?

 

Turkey has the most expensive gas in the world, and I`m sure cars are more expensive in Turkey than in the UK. 

 

Quote:

Americans are shell-shocked at $4-a-gallon gas. But consider France, where a gallon of petrol runs nearly $10. Or Turkey, where it´s more than $11.

 

you pay more than $11 for gas?

10.       libralady
5152 posts
 07 Oct 2009 Wed 06:55 pm

 

Quoting _AE_

 

 

 As far as I am aware the UK is more expensive on nearly everything (including cars) than Turkey

 

This is the trouble when people just say "europe" - maybe eastern europe is cheaper, but we are all different countries with different prices!!!

 

Fuel is one thing that is far more expensive than then UK!  It was well over the 3YTL in August. <img src='/static/images/smileys//lol.gif' alt='lol'>  But dudus can also be more expensive too Unsure

 

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