Originally Posted by Heath68
As an update to some of the posts on this thread.... Gibbs rang the other day to inform me that a Quadski registered in the UK is the same as a car registered in the UK... and that I can take it anywhere in the world I could take a car and I can drive it there on British plates.. As long as I still have a British house to keep it registered to.
Now... if Only I can find a cat able to take the 1333lbs I'll be fine....
I think that's oversimplifying it. It's one thing to drive a car across a border in Europe
and another to have it shipped. Read this on bringing it to the US. It says that you won't have to post a bond if you drive it in but that's not what you will be doing. So you have to post a bond and get liability insurance
1. Many counties require their own liability insurance
2. There will be fees
(and hassles) just clearing it in.
3. I can guarantee you that the local customs
officials will do a double take when they see that. More fees and hassle
4. The local police will have issues as well despite clearing it in especially when they see a British license
plate. More fees and hassle.
Is the steering wheel
going to be on the left for the US or on the wrong side for England