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#15 | Posted: 7 Apr 2012 01:15
Hi

I am A From London, can Yuta or anyone here please advice me i want to start selling the Used Mercedes, Audi , Jaguar, BMW and Volkswagen etc.. for very reasonable price.. compartively lower than whats in market price.

Please advice me whom should i deal with and if anyone interested in this post.. please contact me. i would like to export cars to your country. No time wasters.Only genuine people should contact me . Any time wasters and Scammers beware you will be directly reported to police. so Nigerian and other scammers from russia do not dare to contact me
Thanks for reading my message.
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#16 | Posted: 9 Apr 2012 12:00
Guest:
i want to start selling the Used Mercedes, Audi , Jaguar, BMW and Volkswagen etc.. for very reasonable price.. compartively lower than whats in market price.

In Latvia, we have truly lots of "underground" car dealers already. The most known market is called "Rumbula" and located about 5 km from Riga along the Maskavas street. Before you open such business, I would recommend to visit Rumbula and check what's already suggested. I think you will be impressed, because we already have a great choice, despite most of such cars are scam in this or that way.

Besides of it, we have truly lots of smaller dealers located in other cities. Many persons do business getting cars from Germany, Italy or most likely Poland and Lithuania, and sell by posting private ads.

I think it's not a problem to buy a "reasonable" price car. Almost every suggestions are reasonable. But I think, the quality of such cars is less than average. You never know what could happen with such car in the nearest time.

Supposing the fuel prices will increase in the next time, I would say used cars are becoming even less popular in Latvia these days. Mostly only cars having ~1.6-1.8 l engines are on top of sales, mostly 2000-2005 years of production. These cars still may be sold for their normal price. I suppose you can sometimes buy 3.0 engine Mercendes or BMW of these years for less than a thousand of euros. Nobody needs such cars, they are too expensive in support and fuel.

Government taxes were dramatically increased for the couple of last years, too. You shall pay at least 100 EUR even per very small car like Golf or Yaris per year. Bigger car and bigger engine mean a bigger tax. And you can drive a car only 5 days without a registration.

So I think, if you need to build something solid and long-time, it's a question not only to exporting the cars, but also the investment you should do in advance in infrastructure, and it's not a small investment.
narreng9 
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#17 | Posted: 17 Nov 2012 09:15
various taxes and fees depending on the car's production year, the volume of the engine, car's weight......
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#18 | Posted: 15 Dec 2012 01:44
Hello guys , is any one can give some info about how to registered car in latvia? i have a plan to take the car from ireland to latvia.
is there some restriction?
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#19 | Posted: 19 Dec 2012 19:15
It would be best if you contact customs before you bring any car or tank to Latvia, they could provide information in English.

From here:

To import a car to Latvia, the custom has put down certain regulations. If the car being imported is under 7 years is subject to 10 percent duty and 18 percent VAT. On the other hand, if the car is more than 7 years old has to pay at least 18 percent VAT. For importing a car on a temporary basis, a 2 percent deposit has to be made to the Riga customs along with an application mentioning that the import is for a limited period of time. However, the maximum time period for temporary import is 1 year.

The diplomatic cars that are to be imported to Latvia need a direct registration through Foreign Ministry and all the regulations as well as procedures are known to the respective Embassies. The customs department of Latvia has its own book of car values which they are supposed to use as minimum if the declared value of the car drops below the value mentioned in the customs book.

Imti 
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#20 | Posted: 24 Feb 2014 19:42
Does any body how much it will cost me to 2002 Mercedes in Latvia. And where i can buy it in latvia. Thanks
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#21 | Posted: 24 Feb 2014 21:45
Imti:
Does any body how much it will cost me to 2002 Mercedes in Latvia.

Probably you've meant to "own" Mercedes 2002 in Latvia; if so, count not less than 120 EUR annual tax for it, + possible additional insurance issues like KASKO, which are not mandatory, but still, because this car under risk, you may owe it... it may start from 300 EUR/year.

If you mean border tax, it depends on the country you are exporting this car from.

Imti:
And where i can buy it in latvia.

If you are a foreigner and if it's obviously visible, don't expect to buy a good car from sellers like in Rumbula market in Riga. Obviously, each and every car sold in Rumbula, or via the most popular Latvian ads board ss.lv, are either damaged/refurbished cars either having problems with documents. You must have a good friend in Latvia or at least the very trusted person to buy truly a good car. Anyway, I must say, all cars brought to Latvia, are mostly coming from Germany/Italy so they are all thoroughly used and have very small reserve to drive with no capital repair or check, may be only 10,000 km reserve which is not that good if you are going to drive a lot.

I'd recommend to ask in the official services of Mercedes (which is located on Maskavas str. in Riga, if I remember properly), but then you might not expect for a cheap price of such cars. Actually, it all depends on your budget, so if you are limited in budget, you must risk; and if you are not, apply for official service; that would be all...
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#22 | Posted: 31 May 2015 17:00
Wow, you are all idiots.
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#23 | Posted: 2 Jun 2015 15:34
Guest:
Wow, you are all idiots.

The term "all" also includes Yourself.
If "all are idiots", You are an idiot, too!
Guest 
 
#24 | Posted: 22 Jun 2015 23:24
A lot of Latvians are third world so that's probably why he called you an idiot.
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#25 | Posted: 26 Jun 2015 23:39
Guest:
A lot of Latvians are third world so that's probably why he called you an idiot.

Would you know for sure, was it "him" or "her" ?

I see it's the only Guest, who knows who's hiding under this "name"!

Also, s/he didn't call ME an idiot. ALL ARE IDIOTS, that's what is written there!

Hmm, and well... What do you mean by the "third world"? I didn't know the Planet Earth consists of a few worlds! For me it appears to be the only one planet's world where the human kind could survive, so far at least...
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#26 | Posted: 24 Aug 2015 23:00
Hi,
If I know a car registration number, a car from Latvia, how can I find who is the owner? Is there a web page to check it out?
Many, thanks.
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#27 | Posted: 2 Sep 2015 22:40
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In Latvia, there's an organisation named the Road Traffic Safety Directorate of the Republic of Latvia, or CSDD. It registrates and keeps watching of all cars. They have some paid services, which could be used from phones with Latvian numbers only, and there possible to know some technical info about the car, knowing its number. But personal information about the owner is closed and available to the directorate's personnel only. There is no webpage for this service.
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#28 | Posted: 17 Feb 2016 06:29
Are in Riga cheap to go by taxi?
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