Here at Shelbourne Motors we have thousands of satisfied customers who purchase cars & vans each year and export them into the Republic of Ireland while adhering fully to VRT regulations.
Shelbourne Motors are conveniently located in County Armagh - Just a short distance from border so travelling to test drive one of our vehicles couldn't be any more convenient!
Make huge savings across hundreds of vehicles with the current exchange rate!
Full assistance on the VRT process from start to finish, we will help and advise you on the process and guide you on how to pay the VRT when you export the vehicle into ROI.
|What vehicles can I import to ROI?||All our vehicles are available to be exported however vehicles older than 6 months cost less VRT so these are more popular.|
|How do I pay the VRT?||All new motor vehicles and vehicles brought into Rep of Ireland are subject to Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) and must be registered with the Revenue Commissioners. |
|What is VRT?||Vehicle Registration Tax (VRT) is a tax you must pay when you first register a motor vehicle in Ireland. If you have imported a vehicle, you must pay VRT and receive the vehicle's registration certificate showing that you have paid VRT|
|Will the vehicle warranty still be valid?||Yes - there are no changes to the vehicle warranty when you export to Republic of Ireland.|
|Can I trade in my current car?||Yes, we can offer you a part exchange valuation on inspection of your vehicle.|
|What is the exchange rate? Euro vs Stg||We will work on the daily exchange rate as set out our financial partners.|
|Can you send me a personalised video of the vehicle?||Yes - We can send you a link to a personalised tour of any of our vehicles on request.|
|I am travelling by public transport, How can I reach your showroom?||If you are travelling by bus, or by train we will pick you up & bring you to our showroom upon request.|
Our team are fully trained on the process for exporting a vehicle from Northern Ireland to the Republic of Ireland. With many satisfied customers