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About nsuffield

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  • Location Heidelberg
  • Nationality British
  • Gender Male
  • Year of birth 1971
  1. https://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&nv=1&pto=aue&rurl=translate.google.com&sp=nmt4&u=https://www.bussgeldkatalog.org/autoexport/&usg=ALkJrhhoo10ot4Jkb8mPqVzDZ_LBZud6Fg   I've no idea but a quick Google would suggest that you make a sale contract (which you can download from the web), immediately cancel your insurance and then deregister the car. At the point of sale the car is the responsibility of the person who bought it. How they move the car is their problem. That includes insurance and transport. So: a) Perhaps they could bring a flatbed transporter or trailer? Or They organise their own plates and insurance, which you swap out on the drive. No idea if a foreign country would accept a TûF inspection certificate.    Alternatively you could drive the car to their premises and then deregister, but then you need to get yourself back. But now that's starting to get expensive. You might also have issues with import or export costs as you would be the person bringing it across the border.    
  2. How are you getting on with the course? Still enjoying it? 

  3. https://www.bornheim.com/standorte/heidelberg/ Most of the people I've met there speak English.
  4. Build your own house

    We've been here for a while now and are toying with the idea of buying our own place. We were also wondering if having a house built would be worthwhile.   Has anyone else done this? Is it something you'd suggest avoiding? Did you actually save any money or was it just the fact that you got the house you really wanted.   (Some of our German friends have had some bad experiences, usually down to the builder using the wrong materials, forgetting to put the windows in, that sort of thing. So I understand it's not going to be a soft option. )