Easy bro- there are many importers in Norway.
You can travel to Germany, choose your car, if it's a company car, you get the tax refunded at the border when leaving Germany.
If it's a personal car, you get the seller to sign a document called some next chit in German lol.
You will have temporary German plates and will have 3 days to register it in norway. Once registered, send the document to the seller and the tax paid on the car in Germany will be refunded.
If the car is under 2 years old, you still have factory warranty on it, even in Norway.
But- anything you purchase in Norway has 5 years claim guarantee- my phone is warranteed for a year, but by law, it's five years. Except for sale items.
Exactly why we have ' Super sale ' stickers in our shop- no returns. Muhaha.
What my boss told me to do- import a car which has resale, put in on sale, drive it and once it gets sold, take a week off for vacations and bring another one in. Life's awesome.
He's an accountant and has his own firm- his client couldn't pay him and gave his car to him; a Volvo 1800cc manual. Can't remember the model.
It's the one on the right-
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