Same....Submitted by Flip on Sun, 10/02/2011 - 06:36
Has to be residentSubmitted by Smeralda on Mon, 10/03/2011 - 04:26
We are in the same situation and have looked into it, and the same rules apply to a scooter as a car - it is nearly impossible. You have to be a resident to be able to recieve the mandatory license plate - Targa. You also need a drivers license for scooter, but in that case I think the rules are similar in a number of Euorpean countries.
"Has to be resident" ..or ...........................Submitted by alan h on Mon, 10/03/2011 - 04:38
I believe that a way around the residency is to pay a resident to buy, tax and insure the scooter, and leave it at your place. Then, as its the scooter that's insured and not a named driver, you and your family/friends could use all the time. [as long as they have an appropriate and valid driving licence from their home country] [I'm sure someone on this forum can confirm/deny this!] Good Luck