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What is a wain in ireland?

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The first thing to think about is what you want to buy. We will probably have to make a decision based on the time we plan to stay in the country, as well as the economic conditions of the country. In Ireland, buying a new vehicle is more expensive than in Spain, as well as having insurance and maintenance. If you decide to buy a second-hand vehicle, the first thing you need to do is check out the carsIreland page, which has all the cars for sale. It's a good way to know where to buy it.

It's recommended to go to the following establishments.

There are several second-hand car buying and selling establishments throughout the country. Make sure the dealer is registered with the Society for the Motor Industry.

We can find both old and newer cars, but the price will vary depending on the age of the car. You can find cars that are over 14 years old for less than 2,000.

It is recommended to look at DoneDeal or Adverts websites for buying and selling items in Ireland.

If you pay attention to the Spanish groups on Facebook, you will see that sometimes people sell their cars because they are leaving the country or they are buying a better one.

In Ireland, the car insurance contract can be managed online or by telephone, which is convenient because it saves you from having to visit various insurers and spend a lot of time. The prices are quite high, especially if it is an old car. It will be noted in the final fee that you will get if you have not been in any other Irish car insurance policy before.

Comprehensive insurance for a car that is 15 years old can cost between 1,500-2,000 a year.

Fees for legal maintenance of the car would be as follows:

It is necessary to make an appointment in advance to pass the ITV to the car in Ireland. It is recommended to look at the waiting list in advance so that you don't miss the deadline and the previous test ends.

The way it works in Ireland is as follows: once you arrive at the place where you have decided to pass the ITV (there are quite a few all over the country), you hand over the keys and your driving license at the reception, you will wait in a waiting room , usually overlooking the garage where the employees work, and you are called over a loudspeaker when your car is ready for pickup.

They notify you if the vehicle has passed or not. You will need to fix the issue on your own and try it again within two weeks. The price of the second revision is less than the first. The second revision will cost less than the first one.

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