Yes, you do. After de-registering the vehicle at your local licensing agency, they'll give you new papers or add a sticker to the old ones, certifying that the vehicle is no longer in the national register and is ready to be registered in another EU country.
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- If I sell a vehicle, do I need to send the original vehicle papers to the buyer?
- I sold a vehicle and have received a signed copy of the CMR. What do I need to do with it?
- The buyer is asking for the Certificate of Conformity. What is this?
- What do I need to know about the export of lots?
- What do I need to know about shipping my lots internationally?
- What should I know about the customs form, charges and fees?
- When do I need to fill a Customs Declaration Form?