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French car registration in English language

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Posté le 22 septembre 2021 - Mis à jour le 07 octobre 2021 - 2 min de lecture ⏳

car registration in France for foreigners

Our efficient online vehicule registration services in France are also available in English ! Ownership transfer, address change, registration of a new car, new copy of a lost or stolen carte grise… We will help you with almost any request. Contact us now for registering a car in France:

  • Phone : +33 1 84 80 28 27 (free toll number)
  • Email : contact@eplaque.fr
  • Fax : 09 72 12 16 91

Eplaque
34, rue de la forêt
91860 Epinay-Sous-Sénart

Why Eplaque for you car registration in France?

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Eplaque is a licensed car registration service. It holds authorizations n°18621 (Ministry of Interior) & n°26579 (Treasury).

Eplaque is a French company specialized in online car registration since 2009. Our services based near Paris are approved and authorized by the Ministry of the Interior. We help daily people to get quickly their vehicle registration certificate, including foreigners.

Since 2017, vehicle registration is an online process in France. Requests are processed by the ANTS. The switch wreaked quite some havoc back then. Things have improved since, but they are still far from perfect. That’s why many people, even native, prefer to deal with an authorized private service provider to avoid any hassle.

Whether you brought you own car from the UK, Spain, Switzerland or Germany; whether you want to register a new or second hand car, motorbike… We can assist you in English. Our kind and fluent staff is available to answer your queries and guide you through the process. Don’t be lost in translation, get some help from one of the leader of the market to register your car in France.

How does vehicule registration work in France ?

Since 2009, the licence plate number of a car is assigned for life. Even in case of ownership change, the licence plate always stay with the vehicle. If you buy a second hand car in France, you have to fill in a « déclaration de cession ». Information about the seller, the buyer and the vehicle is part of this official form (Cerfa 15776). You will need this document, among others, to officialize the ownership change.

After you buy a used car, you have 30 days to notify the ownership transfer to you (changement de titulaire). You can drive temporarily with the crossed out carte grise. Once you register the ownership change to your name, you will get a temporary vehicle registration certificate (CPI) valid for 30 days. You will get your final carte grise by registered mail around one week following the approval of your request.

If you change anything meaningful about the car (fuel used, number of seats, etc.), the carte grise must be updated. If you move, you have also to update the vehicle registration certificate address thanks to a specific procedure.

How do I get my licence plates ?

You don’t get plates during the registration process. You have to have then made by a company. To do so, you simply have to show (or provide a copy of) the carte grise. We sell French licence plates online. You can therefore order them together with your car registration.

When you order a plate, you must choose a department. It will influence how the plate looks like since the right part displays regional designs. The number of the chosen department will appear + the logo of the region in which the department is. For example, if you choose the Var (83), your licence plate will display the Provence Alpes Côte d’Azur logo. It is some kind of vanity feature of the French plate, it has no bearing on where the owner actually lives.

Une question ? Nous vous répondrons dans les meilleurs délais.

  • Kostas dit

    Hello I'm from Greece and i want to buy a used car from France. What is the procedure to legally drive it to Greece and how much will it cost? Thank you very much.

    • Joachim dit

      That's a bit problematic. In France we don't have special export plates. In brief the buyer keeps the plates and takes the car with the crossed registration certificate. The problem is, some countries don't recognize such crossed title as a valid registration certificate. We heard the case of an owner who got arrested in Austria for driving such car, and got forced to register it there to continue his trip to the Balkans. In short, the safest way is to transport it on a truck.

  • Bruce Spencer dit

    Hi I am looking at buying a VW tijuana in Germany it will be around 20,000 Euros Euro 6 engine 110 KW. I am a UK resident but have a place in Samoens. Can you please let me know the process and cost for your services to register the car in france. Merci Beaucoup Bruce Spencer

    • Joachim dit

      This article explains how to calculate the tax amount related to the carte grise. For a second hand car you don't have to pay VAT. You just need to get a "quitus fiscal" from the French tax office and the COC of the car.

  • Shannon dit

    Hello, Are you able to help with registering a car for a non resident in France? We are from Australia and want to buy a car to use around Europe. Thank you

    • Joachim dit

      Sure, call or email us to kick off the procedure off-system, in English, or use it in French!

  • Angelines dit

    I bought a caravan in Spain from france and I need the original documents. how can I get them? Thank you

    • Joachim dit

      Which documents? In principle the seller has to provide everything. If the COC is missing, you should request it to the manufacturer.

  • Karl Hopper-Young dit

    I end to register a uk scooter. Honda Vision 110 cc Registration in UK is xxxx

    • Joachim dit

      We can register any foreign vehicle, contact us my email or phone for info or kick off the procedure.

  • Neha Gupta dit

    I am moving out of France temporarily and plan to take my France registered car with me. As per the rule of my new country I will need to register the car in there. However I will move back to France in a couple of years. Can I retain my French registration till then or do I need to cancel it and re-register it later after I move back?

    • Eplaque dit

      You'll have to register it again, a new number will be assigned then.

  • M. Haidar dit

    I want to cancel my car registration in france because I want to register it in Italy. Could you handle this for me.

    • Eplaque dit

      There is no cancellation as such in France. You simply have to fill a "certificat de cession" form (Cerfa 15776) with the buyer and declare it. You can declare it with us, of course.

  • Walter White dit

    Bonjour. We will be moving to France from Canada in the summer. We have International Driver's license and while our property has not officially closed in France, we have a signed 'Compris de Vente' Is a 'Compris de Vente' satisfactory as a proof of address to allow us to buy a car in France?

    • Eplaque dit

      Unfortunately it's not enough as such agreement in principle can be broken.

  • Arbi dit

    Hello, Im Living in France for 3 month , now i want to buy a used car here in france, I HAVE ALBANIAN PASSPORT AND DRIVER LICENSE , can i buy a used car in france and register in my name, drive in france some time and after when i go back to my home country can i take my car with me there, thank you

    • Eplaque dit

      If you have a proof of address in France (something like a rental contract, water or electricity bill...), it's possible.

  • Susan Simmons dit

    Hi, I am hoping to buy a french car to register to my french address. I have the deed signed by the notaire, detailing the address and my name as owner from October 2021. i do NOT have a utilities style invoice as the apartment service charges are an appel de fonds and not a facture, from the building management company employed by the syndique. All utility costs are shared between the owners and noone has a direct contract to EDF. Will the deed suffice as proof of french address?

    • Eplaque dit

      Sure, a title deed is a valid proof of address.

  • Nick Catling dit

    Hi I have a motorcycle I brought it from Uk it got its 846A form issued last December but bike has been not working so could not ride it it’s now fixed can I get it registered now?

  • paul davies dit

    Hi. We have just made a permanent move to France and need to register our UK bought car. There is a lot of conflicting advice on the internet- can you help please?

    • Eplaque dit

      We have written a guide in English about that subject: registering a car in France. Please read it, if anything is unclear we'll pick it up from there. You can also contact us by phone or email.

  • M. MAXFIELD DONALD dit

    J'ai une Citroën C4 Grand Picasso immatriculée au Royaume-Uni, elle a été immatriculée pour la première fois le 16 août 2017. sa puissance nette est de 88Kw et ses émissions sont de 106g/Km. Je veux immatriculer la voiture en France et j'aimerais connaître le coût de cette opération et vos frais. Cordialement M. Don Maxfield

  • Stephen Beet dit

    Hello, I want to apply for Collection status for my 1991 Jaguar XJS. I am in the process of matriculation and have another CT in a month as it failed the first. What form do I need and what paperwork for the collection application? Many thanks Stephen Beet

    • Eplaque dit

      You must get an "attestation de datation et de caractéristiques" from Jaguar or the FFVE ("Old Timers French Federation"), with this certificate you can then get the "collection" status.

  • claire belton dit

    I need to get a carte grise for my UK reg. car. I have all the documents but am having terrible difficulty getting them onto the site. Is thi something you do, for a fee, and what is the fee please?

    • Eplaque dit

      Our fee for the registration of an imported car is EUR 50 (+taxes collected on behalf of the French tax office). Do not hesitate to contact our customer service for more info or kick off the procedure.

  • CAROLINE dit

    Hi. i trying to cancel my carte gris as i sold my camping car. i am not living in France anymore and have problem to cancel the insurrance as well. help

    • Eplaque dit

      In France there is no cancellation procedure. You have to do what we call in French a "déclaration de cession", which means declaring ownership transfer. To do so, you have to fill a Cerfa 15776 with the buyer and declare the transaction. Once declared, you will get a proof that you can use to cancel the insurance.

  • Phil Smith dit

    SImple question - we are moving Departments to live. I need to change from my existing address to the new one for both my registration AND Carte Gris - or does changing one update both

    • Eplaque dit

      You have to change it twice, there is no automatic notification to other systems if you submit 1 change.

  • Lasse REJ-ROSENQVIST dit

    Hello I want to buy a used car from a Volkswagen dealer. I will drive the car to Denmark and do not need french numberplates. How can I drive this car to Denmark. Do you have export plates? Kind regards Lasse

    • Eplaque dit

      France does not have specific export plates for second hand car. The procedure is the following: you buy the car, keep the plates, then change the registration abroad. However, bear in mind that in some countries, local authorities don't allow new owners to drive with a "crossed" registration certificate (which indicates that the car has been sold). If you cross such country (check with their embassy to enquire), the only solution is to organize transport on a truck or sth.

  • Geza Molnar dit

    Hi, We are moving to France in July, and we are thinking of keeping my VW Passat (UK, Right Hand Drive), and I would like to now the cost of importing/registering the car in France. Thanks and regards, Geza Molnar

  • bharath dit

    Hi, i am diplomat, working for WHO, would you help me in getting my car registration done. The brand where i am buying the car asked me to do the registration myself. Regards, Bharath

    • Eplaque dit

      Sure, contact us by email or phone.

  • Rols dit

    I am from another European country, but currently living in France for a few months. Is it possible to buy a car from Germany (prices are better there) and register it in France for these few months?

    • Eplaque dit

      Yes if you can produce a valid proof of address, and if you have a valid driving license.

  • Marco van Laere dit

    I have a Dutch registration plate and am now live in France permanently. Are you able to help me with changing my registration plates to French please ?

    • Eplaque dit

      Sure, you just need to get a "quitus fiscal" from your tax office, and the certificate of conformity of your vehicle.

  • Mark Barton dit

    I have a french vehicle with a Fiche d'identification du vehicules. I wish to register the vehicle in Italy but the Italians want a copy of the original Cart Gris to complete the process. Can you obtain a copy of the Cart Gris for me?

    • Eplaque dit

      Only the owner (titulaire) can request a copy of the carte grise. So if you are, yes we can do it. If another person is recorded as the owner, it won't be possible.

  • Alistair Sisson dit

    I have a 1970 jaguar E type which I wish to register here in France it has a current MOT and is registered in my name in the UK. I am now permanently living in France and wish to use the Jaguar from time to time. Obviously it would come under the classification of “. Voiture de collection” would it be of help to have certificate from the FFVE (Federation Française des Véhicules d’epoque) ? I hope you can help me. Thanks

    • Eplaque dit

      Getting a certificate, from Jaguar or the FFVE, is mandatory to get the vintage category. You would have to request that document yourself, we cannot assist.

  • Ian Watson dit

    Hello I wish to buy a car that is in France on German number plates Is it possible to register the car and put it in my name in France The car is not being bought from a dealer Thank you for your help Regards Ian

    • Eplaque dit

      It can be tricky. E.g. if the individual is French and already requested a WW registration.

  • Saartje dit

    Hi, maybe I wasn't clear in my question. We would like to buy a campervan which is located in Colombia on French plates. So we would like to change the ownership on our name in France. We are from Belgium, but we would like to keep the French plates. Could you assist us with this?

    • Eplaque dit

      Yes we can.

  • Saartje dit

    Good morning, is it possible to change ownership from a French car to Belgians? How does it work?

    • Eplaque dit

      It is possible, but it has to be done in Belgium. We operate in France, so we are not involved in that (except the car ownership transfer declaration in France).

  • Martin dit

    Hi, In addition to the much needed French plates, can you asses/help deal with the post-Brexit import duties on a second hand car? How do I calculate these fees? Kind regards, Martin

    • Eplaque dit

      We cannot assist in getting the paperwork, we just process it to registrate the car. You will pay 20%+10% based on the market value, as provided by assessment tools such as l'Argus. However you can be exempted if you come to live in France permanently.

  • Sally Devlin dit

    I have received my temporary carte grise. Can I order the new plates via your site??

  • Stipe dit

    Hi, i am from croatia, and i found a car in France that i want to buy. I plan to go in France in few days to buy car and drive it to Croatia.. So when I see car, lets say I go to bank make money transfer, give them proof of transfer, and my documnets, and then what? i will get receipt I supose, and need to get export plates, where do i get them? thank you

    • Eplaque dit

      In France, there is no export plates for second hand car. You get the crossed registration certificate, insure the car then drive it with its actual plates. The problem is the following: not every country recognize a crossed registration certificate as a valid document. One reader told us he has been arrested in Autria, and had to register the car there to continue his trip to the Balkans. So you should check this before. Or simply send it on a truck.

  • Douglas MacKenzie dit

    Hello, I am importing a car that I have just purchased from Germany into France. It is a classic car and I would like a collection registration. Can you assist me in doing this? I would need help in English

    • Eplaque dit

      We can help you getting the "carte grise", but we can't assist for collecting the required paperwork (quitus, FFVE attestation, etc.).

  • Peter Elsworth dit

    I am taking my uk camping car to dreal inspection today. The french insurance ended in January. They will not renew until I have carte grise which means I have no insurance.

    • Eplaque dit

      If you cannot find an insurer, the camping car would have to be towed to the dreal.

  • Magnus Magnusson dit

    Hi, I have bought a car in Frankfurt and need temporary plates to drive it to France via Zwitzerland. 6 days in total. I will then park it in our garage and wait for my diplomatic French plates. Can you help me get the temporary plates and insurance. I would need them by this Friday (I live in Paris). Many thanks, Magnus

    • Eplaque dit

      Those temp plates must be issued by Germany, therefore we cannot assist you, sorry.

  • Geraldine West dit

    We have just arrived in France to live and have an address we own . We have a Volvo V90 D4 Inscription 2019 and a Mercedes SLK 2014 both on private UK plates. I have COC already for both cars. We need help to apply for Carte grise and to insure the cars in France. Can you help? Do we first have to get the MOTd in France? The Volvo would have been due 1st in May in UK, the Merc UK Mot expires March

  • Wright dit

    Good morning, I would like to know if it is still possible to get a temporary french registration for a UK caravan e.g. 3 months, in order for it to be towed back to the UK by a french transport company.

    • Eplaque dit

      It's possible in principle, but for vehicles waiting for a permanent registration. That would imply getting the 846A certificate from the customs.

  • Jan S dit

    Hello, I am Canadian with a secondary house in France. I am in the process of applying for a long term visitor visa (not working, retired). I plan to spend about 50% of my time in France but will not be tax resident. I would like to purchase and register a car in France but have been confused by what I have read, with some saying this is illegal? As a part timer here, with a long stay visa, and a maison secondaire, am I legally able to purchase and register a car here? Thanks in advance!

    • Eplaque dit

      It's a grey area. Somehow one law says you must be "resident", but on the other hand another says that all you have to provide is a valid proof of address. As a matter of fact, even illegals can register a car in they provide a proof of address, of identity and a valid driving license. We have never heard of a case of a non resident having issues for owning a car. French authorities simply want a valid address to make sure fines are paid. Moreover, if you would come with a Canadian car, you would not be able to drive it for more than one year, after 12 months on the territory it must be registered in France... Bottom line, if you own a home in France, you can register a car, many do.

  • Yiannis T dit

    I want to buy a new german car that is not imported in France (a manual BMW M3 - BMW France imports only automatics). Will it need to pass some type of inspection, and is it easier (or even possible) to buy it from a french dealer or buy it in Germany and import it?

    • Eplaque dit

      If the car has a European certificate of conformity, which should be the case for any BMW sold in Germany, you can register it "easily" as an imported car. We are not sure whether French BMW dealers agree to buy from their German colleagues. It would certainly be easier for you if they take care of the registration of the car, but technically they don't offer any specific advantage to get the car registration. While it might cost you much more since you add a middleman in the transaction.

  • Nicole Goijarts dit

    Hi ,we have a secondary house in France and I just bought a used car in Germany and need French plates. I can’t get in France Connect ,what to do ?

    • Eplaque dit

      You can ask someone with a working France Connect account to submit your application. Or you can use our services.

  • Craig dit

    Bonjour, I have a SAAB that was originally sold into the United States market. There is therefore no CoC. I've been in the Netherlands for two years. RDW was quite happy to register it after an inspection, in which they stated that it was fully EU compliant (minus CoC). Can you assist me to register it in France, where I now live ? Thanks

    • Eplaque dit

      To replace the COC, request an RTI from the nearest DREAL. You can contact our customer service to assist you in your registration procedures Phone: 01 84 80 28 27 (free service) Email: contact@eplaque.fr

  • Michael Dewey dit

    I am an American living in Italy (not a resident there yet). I am coming to France to buy a used motorbike, but do not have a permanent address in France. Can you help me with the registration?

    • Eplaque dit

      You cannot register a vehicle in France without a permanent address. If Italy allows non-residents to register vehicles, the solution is to buy the motorbike in France, then export and register it in Italy.

  • Robert Lockwood dit

    Hi, i have sold my french registered car to an English man who also owns a property in france. The car had a CT last week so we just need to swap ownership on the Carte Grise, can you help please.

    • Eplaque dit

      Of course. We can help you in your procedures. Contact our customer service Phone : 01 84 80 28 27 (free service) Email : contact@eplaque.fr

  • Irma Maritz dit

    I bought a property in France, including a second hand vehicle. I am a South African resident, but have bee told that a South African passport is not sufficient proof of identity?

    • Eplaque dit

      A passport is a valid proof of identity.

  • Marg Lemons dit

    I have inherited a car which is currently in the UK the value is low but sentimental value is high for me , I am resident here in France can I import this vehicle for my own use here ?

    • Eplaque dit

      Sure, it's a bit more complicated since Brexit, but not impossible. You'll find more info on that page: https://www.eplaque.fr/en/france-car-registration

  • Roland Stross dit

    We are intending to buy a classic car which is currently registered in France by the current owners. We have owned a house in France which we have used as a holiday home for 20 years and we also own an adjoining house which has been let for 4 years. We pay tax on this income in France. Could you confirm if on this basis we are able to register this car which would remain in France on the basis that we are not full time residents in France?

    • Eplaque dit

      As far as you are able to provide a valid proof of address (which is the case since you own a property), you will be able to register the car.

  • ALDAHWI dit

    It is good to know that it is valid without time limitation. What about the line reading: Visite avant le 02/02/ 2022 What should I do?

    • Eplaque dit

      This is about the MOT (technical inspection). You must go with the car to a "centre de contrôle technique" for a check. If all is good, you'll get a sticker valid for 2 years.

  • ALDAHWI dit

    Hello, would you kindly advice on how to renew the vehicle registration papers?

    • Eplaque dit

      What do you mean by renewal? Any car registration is valid without time limitation.

  • Arielle Schwimmer dit

    Hello, I received a speeding ticket from the French Police, however I was not in France during time of event. I have documents that I was in Mexico at time of event. Who can i speak to rectify this situation. Someone in France is using my USA license.

  • Steven Worrall dit

    I have ordered my plates will I get notification when it is dispatched and delivered to thé relais point I have tried to log in but I don’t seem able to

    • Eplaque dit

      Unfortunately as a moderator I don't have that information, I guess so but email customer service directly to contact@eplaque.fr to get an accurate and timely response.

  • Pauline D Matthews dit

    Good day, I have been trying for 9 months now to get a duplicate copy of a grey card that is in my uncle’s name. I tried ANTS and it is impossible for me to enter the website as I am not French, do not have a French cellular phone number or address. My lawyer needs the grey card so she can give or sell the car and then close my file and send my inheritance. She is not helping me much and I am doing all the research in how to get this card to her. I will send you more information if you feel you can help me. Sincerely, Pauline Dufresne Matthews

    • Eplaque dit

      It's not possible to get a duplicate copy if the holder is deceased. In that case, you have to request the vehicle identification sheet (Fiche d'identification du véhicule) + declare the loss of the carte grise at a police station (they will give you a receipt). With those documents, you will be able to sell the car or get a new carte grise with your name on it. We can help with all those things, call or email us.

  • peter HUDSON dit

    HELLO WE ARE RENTING IN FRANCE HAVING SOLD UP IN THE UK WE ARE IN THE PROCESS OF PURCHASING OUR NEW HOME IN DEUX SEVRES WE WOULD LIKE TO KEEP AND RE REGISTER OUR VEHICLE. HOW LONG WILL THIS TAKE USING YOUR SERVICES WHAT WILL BE THE FULL COST OF PROCESSING THE REGISTRATION INCLUDING SET OF PLATES PLUS ONE EXTRA FOR A TRAILER. THANKYOU

    • Eplaque dit

      It will take a few weeks, at least 6. Calculating the full cost is not possible like this, we need more info. Contact us by email so we can exchange comfortably about the matter.

  • Simone Leevey dit

    We have a uk vehicle in France and need your assistance to register this vehicle in France

    • Eplaque dit

      Sure, call us or send us an email.

  • D Gillan dit

    J'ai besoin d'aide! J'ai acheté un véhicule en février et j'ai récemment réalisé que je n'avais jamais terminé la configuration du véhicule à mon nom ! J'ai tous les documents et je sais que je n'avais que trente jours pour m'inscrire. merci de m'indiquer la marche à suivre pour résoudre ce problème.

    • Eplaque dit

      Vous devez mettre la carte grise à votre nom en effectuant une demande de changement de titulaire. Plus d'infos sur https://www.eplaque.fr/carte-grise/changement-titulaire.html

  • Peter Flower dit

    I am interested in purchasing an English caravan for use in Spain. Both the seller and I are French residents but the caravan has never been registered here and is still on English plates. It has no certificate of conformity (and presumably no other documentation either). Is there a way to get it a registration in France that will allow me to tow it from its current location (in France) to Spain where it will remain? A single journey through France is all that is required. I look forward to your reply Kind regards Peter

    • Eplaque dit

      You can register it. The problem being that since it comes from the UK, it has to get customs clearance + if no COC, you'll have to do an individual vehicle approval (called RTI in France).

  • Michael dit

    I would like to buy a car from France and drive it to another European country. Can you issue temporary plates for this purpose

    • Eplaque dit

      No, because the procedure is that the car keeps its current plates. The owner will give you the "carte grise barrée", (crossed registration certificate), however please note that some countries doesn't allow such cars to drive on their roads. You have to check with the embassy or consulate.

  • Joseph Whelan dit

    Hi, I hope you can help me. The French Embassy in Dublin referred me to you. I purchased a Velo-Solex Moped Reg. No. xx-xxx-xx at Auction in Dublin with no paperwork. Can you obtain details of this bike for me to enable me register it in Ireland. I look forward to hearing from you and also include a note of your charges, Regards, Joseph Whelan xxxxx-xxxxxxxxx

    • Eplaque dit

      We are a private registration company in France. We cannot provide you with this type of information. You should contact the local dedicated service. PS: For confidentiality and security reasons, we have modified your original message.

  • Lisa dit

    Hi I’m trying to order a provisional Ww for a vehicle! But when I go through the process France connect will not let me proceed

    • Eplaque dit

      You can use our service for your request. Telephone: 01 84 80 28 27 Email: contact@eplaque.fr

  • Licul Ilario dit

    I plan to buy used car in USA and bring it to France and register it there. I own property in St. James, Normandy. Can I do that ?

    • Eplaque dit

      Yes, you can do that.

  • Paul Goulding dit

    Good Morning, I have a UK motor bike and a car that have just expired their Uk MOT. Both are with me in France. I would prefer to keep them then sell them in the uk. Please can we discuss the costs involved in registering both in france. Both arrived last year in October before Brexit. I have now received my french residency card, I pay tax in france and I own a property in france. I hope you can help. Thank you

    • Eplaque dit

      We invite you to contact our customer service and ask them your questions. Phone : 01 84 80 28 27 (free service) Email : contact@eplaque.fr

  • Phil Nelson dit

    Will UK citizens be legally able to own French registered vehicles after this year? I have read from 2022 this wont be allowed. Obviously i dont want to spend money on registering a vehicle if , as a UK passport holder, I wont be able to legally own a french registered car after December 2021.

    • Eplaque dit

      Please could you specify your source? Car ownership rights in France are not based on nationality, but residency, driving license ownership (from any country), etc. If you live in France, you have the right to own a car, the opposite would be discriminatory. It's hard to believe such rule would be implemented.

  • Edward Bachmann dit

    Is it feasible to import a US 2007 Honda VLX 600 motorcycle and get a Carte Grise in France?

    • Eplaque dit

      Vehicles that are not certified in Europe must go through a specific procedure (RTI) before being registered. Most of them can get approved, such motorbike doesn't seem like anything special, but we don't have the technical knowledge to guarantee your model would go through.

  • Mme Sarkozi dit

    Nous avons uneJaguar, 19 ans. On voudrait la laisser en France et changer la plaque d’immatriculation. La voiture est enregistree en Angleterre. Pouvez vous nous aider? Merci a l’avance. Mrs Sarkozi

    • Eplaque dit

      Oui, nous offrons un service d'immatriculation pour les véhicules importés. Si la langue ne pose pas problème, ce qui semble être le cas, vous pouvez faire la démarche via cette page : https://www.eplaque.fr/carte-grise/immatriculation-d-un-vehicule-etranger-avec-ww.html . Pour le faire en anglais, contactez-nous par email.