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Importing and Exporting

Importing and Exporting
Your Toyota



Whether you would like to Import your Toyota vehicle or register your vehicle overseas, we have created some guidelines to show you just what you may need to do.

COC Application Update

COC requests are usually dispatched to our customers within 10-14 days. For a temporary period this may take longer, we are working to issue them as soon as we can but we cannot provide a guarantee on dispatch times due to the current situation.

Please note, for a temporary period, we will be unable to handle postal applications and would request that all correspondence is sent via email to coc@toyota.co.uk.

Thank you for your patience.

Importing

Within Europe 

Vehicles originating from another country within the European Economic Area.

Any vehicle being imported into the UK for a period of longer than six months must be registered with the Drivers Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).

Contact details for selected national Toyota offices can be found at www.toyota-europe.com

Outside Europe

Vehicles originating from any country outside of Europe.

Any vehicle being imported into the UK for a period of longer than six months must be registered with the DVLA.

Further information about the application process can be found at www.gov.uk/vehicle-approval.

Exporting

From the United Kingdom, Channels Islands and Isle of Man

To register your vehicle in another country you’ll need to provide a Certificate of Conformity (or other appropriate type approval evidence) to the local registration authority.


Toyota are generally able to supply a Certificate of Conformity in English. Certificate of Conformities are currently only available for:

• Passenger vehicles manufactured for most models from 1996 onwards

• Commercial vehicles manufactured for most models from 2010