Road Tax in Spain for Dutch resident?

You live in Spain and the Netherlands, and has a car with Spanish number plates, you may thus driving in the Netherlands? you have to pay motor vehicle tax? and / or how you ask exemption?

Many Dutch people living in Spain, a Spanish NIE are Dutch citizens and have a Spanish-registered car. Can you therefore to the Netherlands? under what conditions and for how long?

Formally a Dutch resident who drives needs a Spanish-registered car and pay tax.
  • Exemptions may apply for using up to two weeks from the moment when the vehicle first comes on the Dutch road.
  • That can only 1x per year and needs before you make use of the highway in the Netherlands, requested via the Internet, if you click on this link takes you directly into the right file.
  • You can also change or revoke this exemption with this form
  • You can restore it yourself or let someone else do it for you
  • The exemption is granted to the natural person or body to whom the vehicle is available.
  • If after the period of two weeks in the Netherlands continued use of the vehicle should the BPM and the MRB before the expiry of this period will be filed. In that case, the exemption will expire and both taxes due from the reported start date.

Data required for completing this form:
  • Social security number
  • Birthdate
  • Surname and initial
  • Address
  • ZIP code and address
  • Gender Male or Female
  • Badge of the motor vehicle
  • VIN / Chassis number
  • Issuing country registration
  • Mark vehicle
  • Type of vehicle
  • Launch Date

Note After completing the form, click the send button! only then it will be registered with the administration of the tax.
Tip Print a copy before you exit and take it with you so you can prove the move already with you.
Comments (11)
05-02-2018

Thanks, I've changed.

05-02-2018

I have the Dutch nationality and be resident in Spain, so resident and pay road tax in Spain. I assume that when I get some time in Netherlands'm too pay anything.

06-02-2018

I ask again the same question as the HR Sexton on 26-06-2010 where no response has come. What if you have a car in N.L. have? So you are driving your car on Spanish plates to the Netherlands and use it no more until you go back to Spain. The time I was in N.L. I'm driving my second car mer N.L. license Plate. Like a response from U.B. v. thanks.

06-02-2018

Drive one or two times a year with a VW vento built in 1996 with bulgaria sign in Netherlands it was originally a nederlandese car I put the orginale purchase of the Dutch VW dealer in the glove compartment mentioned with the paid BPM, and I report the car sq pay for the time that I am in Netherlands road tax. I therefore comply with all formalities. if this is not allowed?

07-02-2018

Thanks for this article. I have the link viewed from the Tax and saw that the rules are even stricter than has been defined by you. To the IRS stating that these rules apply only for a passenger car, motorcycle or van that has a foreign number plate and is hired abroad, leased or borrowed. So if this car is owned should not at all! Sorry. Yes, it may of course, but one has to pay taxes for the period.

07-02-2018

What if you have a car in NL? So you drive your car on Spanish plates to NL and finished using it until you go back to Spain.

07-02-2018

Click on the link to get to the file to request an exemption to drive 14 days in the Netherlands is still not working.

08-02-2018

Click on the link to get to the file to request an exemption to drive 14 days in Netherlands does not work, that's right

08-02-2018

That seems fine as long as you pay the road tax for the days when the car is in the Netherlands.

08-02-2018

Indeed, so severe it is. Paying taxes for the period you are in the Netherlands.

08-02-2018

Thanks for the clue. I modified it so that it does manage to get on the right site.