Hi folks, I'm in the process of buying a BMW 3 series from Germany. I understand there's a 10% import duty charged by the Belgian car imports based on their valuation.
Where could I do a regular check up of my Audi car (change oil, etc.), except the official garage? No warranty anymore. At D'Ieteren they usually want 450-500 eur...
Has anyone ever being charged with driving without a driver's license in Belgium? I am asking because I own a vehicle and my hubby uses it to drop off our children from school.
Any suggestions for roads/zones around Brussels where there is less traffic and it is good for learner's to drive?
I would like to ‘send’ my early 1900’s piano to my son in Hampshire.
Has anyone any experience of this in terms of cost?
I need to go pick up a friend from Charleroi airport and was interested whether there is a way to just drive pass it with a short 2-3 min stopping to pick him up, or do I need to go through the pa
I have been struglling to find whether it is free to park a car in a blue zone in Brussels throughtout: any weekday from 09:00 pm to 09:00 am and during the weekend - from 09:00 pm Friday to 09:00
I'm due to fly from Charleroi Airport next Friday for a long weekend away. It also happens to be the national strike day. What impact is that likely to have on flights?
I see there are something like "for rent" groups on Facebook.
What market segments do they cover, and the penetration of those segments.