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 Demande de Certificat d'Immatriculation d'un Vehicle 
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I'm having difficulty tranlating this form. In particular Page 2, from box E1 onwards to box Z.

Is there a translation anywhere? :oops:


27 Apr 2009, 14:05
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Its ok, I've done it with Pomhorn's Google translation link, thanks.

Hmm, I haven't got most of this info :? .

On the last MOT brake test there is an entry 'TW 3100kg', is this the weight of the camper? can I complete one of the boxes with this? :)


27 Apr 2009, 14:31
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May be worth noting that having completed a Demande de Certificat d'Immatriculation d'un Vehicle 5 days ago, we went into the Prefecture in Moulins (Allier) and the format for the Demande de Certificat d'Immatriculation d'un Vehicle had completly changed and we only had to fill in 4 boxes (Make, Model, Vin No and (Forget the other one!)). They then issued us with a temporary CG and the original is being sent by post. We also had to have the new style numberplates.

Not sure if this change has happened in all Depts.

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27 Apr 2009, 19:49
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Oh, I'll go there tomorrow and see what the score is.
Thanks.


27 Apr 2009, 22:02
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I wouldn't sweat it. A lot of the information is superfluous and will be on your C of C and V5 and they will find it in their database so they won't be relying on your form.

All I put on mine were the obvious bits such as name and address, vehicle make/model etc. and narry an eyelid was batted :wink:


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Have a friend who has just finished re-registering his camper, and to get the weights, had to go to a local weighstation (bascule, fortunately our village has one) pay €10 at the Mairie, and could get the required weights printed out to take to DRIRE.

Bonne Chance.


28 Apr 2009, 06:38
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I'm having problems getting my head around this paperwork. I went into Sous Prefecture for my carte gris without C de C, CT or quitas fiscal :D At least I now know what I need.

Dealer in Uk that sold me the camper appears to have only given me a faxed receipt, hope thats enough for the Centre de Impots :(

Fitted the new headlights to the camper today, surprisingly easy 8) .


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Out of interest how old is the camper ?


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Old, 1989 Hymer. LHD but registered in UK in 2002, hence need to change lights back to continental.
Just confirmed address for Hymer France to apply for CofC. €119.60 :shock:


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