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Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Mar 20, 2011 8:25 pm
by dj15exy
...nu stiu exact cum e cu actele, dar ceea ce lucrez eu se va face in regim de "student in practica", nu cred ca va trebui sa ma inregistrez undeva.eu voi urma cursuri de turism la un hotel in larnaca, sunt la o facultate in domeniu :)).si totusi nu are nimeni acolo (in cipru) masina de romania venit pe ruta tasucu-girne-..cipru de sud? am mai vazut si ideea de a scoate masina in zona libera.maine sun la ambele ambasade(cea romna din cipru si la cea cipriota din romania).daca sunt probleme o sa stau linistit si o sa merg in alte tari...cel putin mai europene ca asta.:(

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Thu Mar 24, 2011 2:41 pm
by dj15exy
azi am primit asta: si e ceva oficial(vezi de unde vine mailul). asta dupa ce am sunat la ambele ambasade si au dat raspunsuri "de pe marginea santului"

From:
"operations.office@police.gov.cy" <operations.office@police.gov.cy>
Add sender to Contacts
To:
"Ri**** *****" <contact*****@yahoo.com>
You are a European citizen and the car is registered to a European country,
so there is not any problem entering Cyprus (you must be the owner of the
car – registered on your name). You can stay in Cyprus as long as you
want . You must bring with you your driving license and the registration
certificate of the vehicle.

When entering the non – occupied areas, threw Agios Dometios check point,
you must apply to the Custom Services in order to give you a permit for the
car (tel. 0035722781823).

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 12:00 pm
by godshone
salut .. ma intereseaza si pe mine acest aspect ... am venit din anglia cu masina mea de acolo .. deci volan pe dreapta ... in luna aprilie - mai vreau sa vin in cipru sa mi deschid un salon de tatuaje ... as vrea sa vin cu masina ca sa pot lua cu mine aparatura si tot ce am nevoie din salonul din tara si am nevoie de niste lamuriri .... id de mess : gushone26 ..... exista gpl in cipru ? sa pun gpl din tara pe ea sau o sa am probleme acolo ..... am un rover 75 din 2001 , benzina 2,5 , 180 cai , proprietar ... stie cineva daca pot si cat ar costa inmatricularea lui acolo ? mot ul de anglia a expirat road taxul la fel dar presupun ca nu mi trebuie ptr cipru ... asigurarea am cancelat o ptr ca plateam 80 lire pe luna ..... am nevoie de ceva in afara de permis , buletin , pasaport, certificatul masinii ? stiu aia sa verifice asigurarea in anglia cateva zile pana o inmatriculez? precizez ca merg acum cu asigurarea facuta ca la noi .. adica merge la politie dar daca o baga pe calculator nu mai trece ;) ..... ma verifica cineva competent la acte cand ma urc sau cand cobor de pe feribot? sau sa nu risc si s o inmatriculez pe bulgaria? asha cu acte valabile de bulgaria ... e vreo problema? multumesc ...

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 12:04 pm
by godshone
You are a European citizen and the car is registered to a European country,
so there is not any problem entering Cyprus (you must be the owner of the
car – registered on your name). You can stay in Cyprus as long as you
want . You must bring with you your driving license and the registration
certificate of the vehic ...
Ce inteleg de aici e ca si eu si masina mea apartinem unei tari din uniune .. ca trebuie sa fiu proprietar .... ceea ce sunt ... trebuie sa am la mn permisul si certificatul masinii .... nu vad ac azice cineva sa am mot sa am road sa am insurance .... voi ce ziceti ?

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Fri Jan 20, 2012 7:06 pm
by godshone
ce bine ca raspunde cineva p aici .....

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 10:27 am
by ionut
godshone wrote:ce bine ca raspunde cineva p aici .....

Tot ca vrei sa stii gasesti pe acet link
http://www.cyprusdriving.net/documents/ ... Cyprus.pdf

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 11:49 am
by godshone
mc frumos ... unele le deduc dar unele nu le inteleg ,.... greaca ma lasa rece ;)))

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:34 pm
by ionut
godshone wrote:mc frumos ... unele le deduc dar unele nu le inteleg ,.... greaca ma lasa rece ;)))

http://www.cyprusdriving.net/documents/ ... Cyprus.pdf

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 12:41 pm
by ionut
godshone wrote:mc frumos ... unele le deduc dar unele nu le inteleg ,.... greaca ma lasa rece ;)))

A. Right hand drive, used vehicles, with first registration or purchase in a European Union
member state
1) Required Documents
• Registration certificate (indicating that the vehicle’s first registration was in an EU
member state)
• Invoice or sales contract, if the vehicle is not registered to the person importing and
registering the vehicle (from now on referred to as the “owner” of the vehicle)
Note: If the above documents are in a language other than Greek or English, the
owner must produce verified translated documents issued by the Press and
Information Office (P.I.O., tel. 22801117, -mail:communications@pio.moi.gov.cy).
Above documents must be properly stamped at the Stamp Duty Section of the Ministry of
Finance (tel. 22 407834, e-mail collnic@ird.mof.gov.cy).
2) The owner submits all above documents at a District Vehicle Examination Centre of the Road
Transport Department (R.T.D.) to have a certificate confirming the vehicle’s CO2 emissions,
issued.
3) The owner acquires the vehicle according to the procedure of the Department of Customs (tel.
22601753 or 22601748, e-mail headquarters@customs.mof.gov.cy ), paying all appropriate
taxes.
4) The owner applies for a roadworthiness certificate by presenting the vehicle to an authorized
Private Vehicle Examination Centre (accompanied with Customs documents and other
required documents as described in paragraphs A1-A2 above) for inspection.
Provided all paperwork is correct and the vehicle is in proper working condition, a
roadworthiness certificate is issued. The owner must then present the vehicle to a District
Vehicle Examination Centre of R.T.D. (accompanied with all above documentation) for
inspection for registration.
5) Upon successful completion of above procedures, the owner submits all above documents to
one of the Motor Car Registry offices of R.T.D. for registration of the vehicle.
6) Registration tax and road tax, are calculated based on the vehicle’s engine cubic capacity and
CO2 emissions.
B. Right hand drive, used vehicles, imported from a country outside the European Union
1) The owner of the vehicle follows the procedure A1-A3 above.
2) The owner applies for a Single Vehicle Approval (SVA) certificate to an SVA Testing Centre
and provided all paperwork is correct and the vehicle is found to be in proper working condition
in accordance to the Single Vehicle Approval manual, a SVA certificate is issued.
3) The owner of the vehicle follows the procedure A4-A6 above.
According to current legislation, vehicles imported from a country outside EU, must be less
than 5 years old at the time of arrival in the Republic, in order to be eligible for registration
unless any of the following conditions is met:
a) The owner has been residing permanently in another country and he or she is moving
permanently to the Republic. In this case -
• Only one such vehicle may be registered to an individual.
• Only the registered owner, spouse and children are eligible to drive the vehicle.

Re: Masina din Romania in Cipru

PostPosted: Sun Jan 22, 2012 1:14 pm
by godshone
multumesc frumos din nou .... chiar ma ajuta mult ce ai postat .. este fff explicit si la obiect .....