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Once you have the certificate you can buy insurance at any of the crossing points, the kiosks are usually just after the passport checking booths on South Side.
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You need the annual RoC vehicle authorisation document before you can get insurance for the RoC. Both are available at Metehan. There has been a plethora of posts on the Forum on this subject, so I recommend using the 'search' function.IPA wrote:Hello, I need some advice to go south and want take my trnc car. I have car log book, mot certification, trnc insurance, UK passport. How's does the crossing at Dhekelia work? Where do I buy car insurance for the south? Is it better to go via Metehan?
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This is correct, although I think that it is a little more precise than that - as I understand it, you need to be a 'Cypriot' (albeit 'Turkish Cypriot') by birthright - I believe that ROC will not allow Turkish 'settlers' and their offspring and other foreign-born expats who may have been granted TRNC Citizenship and a Kimlik, to use a TRNC driving licence. I was told that TC's born abroad need to prove that their Parent(s)(?) were born in Cyprus before they are allowed to use a TRNC Driving Licence in ROC.come_on_aylin wrote:...You will need your home country driving licence as they will not accept a TRNC one from non Trnc citizens...
I realise that this is probably irrelevant in IPA's case, but thought that I would mention it for completeness.