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Saab 9_3 Certificate de conformité

We are trying to provide a CofC for a 2004 Saab. We have one copy but the ANTs are asking for the second part. We only found one part in the document wallet. Can anyone give us any clues please?
Sueyh
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Re: Saab 9_3 Certificate de conformité

AFAIK after registering 2 motorcycles and 3 cars here, all UK sourced, I have never seen a C of C with a part 2.
Possibly they are asking about the V5, the UK registration document, which does have 2 parts?
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Re: Saab 9_3 Certificate de conformité

I was asked (some time back) for the "other part" of the V5C when registering a UK car here.

I explained that it consisted only of a set of tear-off slips, one of which was used for a change of ownership, in a similar way to the tear-off slip on the Carte Grise, and had no relevance to the car's registration.

I added that the other slips could be used for advising DVLA of the car being scrapped, exported, or sold to a dealer, and that I had discarded the rest of them after sending off the "export" slip, as they were of no further use to me.

That explanation was accepted, but that was by a person in our Prefecture.

If that is in fact the problem, I suggest you tell ANTS what the "other part" is, and also that if they do not understand you will approach SOLVIT to explain it to them.

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Re: Saab 9_3 Certificate de conformité

Hello travelers! We plan in August to go on a trip to Europe, initially going on his car from Kaliningrad to Germany. And as always, it does not do without "but". We assume that huddling in the 5th in one car may not be comfortable and along the way we will use the rental of an additional car. I studied the forums and faced a situation where people had problems with renting a car in Europe. As far as is known, some companies are denied a lease with a Russian-style driver's license for the lack of information about the driver in case of a state of emergency. I rummaged through the Internet, I found quite a lot of offers of services for the "translation of a driver's license or an issue of international standard." I would like to clarify this issue in more detail. At the moment, the choice fell on the company https://iaalicense.com - I would like to know, maybe someone used their services? Or owns in more detail in general this issue? The price tag is not great, for safety I will turn to them, I will write by the results, but I would also like to hear experienced travelers. What do you think?
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Re: Saab 9_3 Certificate de conformité

I've been waiting over a year to hear how Sueyh got on.

On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.

H. L. Mencken 1880 - 1956

Some may not like his views, but what a prediction!
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