Importing a RHD

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Importing a RHD

Post by Pcheaven »

Has anyone ever imported a RHD BX?

Curious about their experiences?


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Re: Importing a RHD

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DVLA website will have the procedures for importing into the UK.
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Re: Importing a RHD

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I re-imported a UK-spec AX GT a few years ago, which had been exported a decade or so previously. It was pretty pain-free, and I got the original plate back.
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Re: Importing a RHD

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I guess it depends where you are importing it from, as Kitch a say sit not too difficult and plenty of info online

What have you seen?
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