As soon as you’ve gone through the process of acquiring a used automobile in Thailand, you’ll probably want to register the vehicle in your name.

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To do this I needed:

  • Copies of my passport as well as a Visa stamp. I have a “B” Type Entrance Visa
  • A certification of residence to show that I have an irreversible address. Can be got from the Chiang Mai immigration office with copies of your house/condo rental lease, proprietors ID card copy, as well as copies of your passport and visa page.
  • An irreversible address
  • Fee amounts to 500 Baht at time of registration, legitimate for 1 month from the date of concern.
  • A signed photocopy of the vendor’s Thai ID card, or authorized copies of the sellers’ key web page if they are not Thai.
  • The vehicles Blue Book.
  • Transfer Types from the DLT signed and completed by the vendor.

If you are getting a car within your province then that needs to be all that you need. Nonetheless, if you acquire a vehicle outside of your state or region then the license plates will need to be transformed which calls for an additional type that can be got from the DLT, or Division of Land Transportation.

In our situation, we acquired a vehicle from Bangkok which had BKK permit plates on the automobile, on the tax and insurance policy documents, and in the Blue Book.

As we reside in Chiang Mai, we had every little thing changed over at the DLT when we signed up the automobile in my name.

The process is fairly simple yet time-consuming and a little complex if you don’t speak a word of Thai which we didn’t at the time.

There are a couple of English-speaking staff members at the Chiang Mai DLT yet to be sincere the documentation in your hands is rather self-informative and does not need way too much communication.