Found so much useful advice on here so far, but have a few specific questions.
I’ve emailed my local tax office on Montpellier (as you need to make an appointment beforehand apparently). They’ve sent me back a PDF file stating which documents I need to get a Quitus Fiscal.
I thought this would be one of the easier stages - but no - they want just about everything.
1 - ID
2 - Recent tax bill. Only just moved here so have nothing.
3 - Original invoice of the car AND it needs translating in French by a certified translator here in Montpellier.
4 - Origianal registration document (V5C) which ALSO needs translating in French. And the CoC, which thankfully I ordered in French from BMW.
5 - Insurance documents
6 - ‘Pieces permettant de justifier du mode de transport’. - Can someone help me figure out what exactly they want here and why?
7 - Controle technique.
Did you all need to take the above documents when getting your Quitus Fiscal? And did you have to pay for translators to translate the V5 and invoice from you car purchase?
Attached below is the PDF file they’ve sent me with the required documents. Perhaps someone with a better level of French can help me out.
Quitus liste docs à fournir.pdf (91.1 KB)
- I went on the autosur site to book my controle technique at my local garage. They’ve got a box to enter your registration number - assuming I can enter my UK reg here?
- Their site states you need to present your carte grise on the day. I assume I tell them that I need a CT before getting my carte grise and this will be OK?
Thanks in advance as always, think I’ll crack open some champagne when this all finally gets sorted!