DD1 Mobility New Car Guide 2018
Mobility DD1 New Car Scheme 2018 - Renault & Dacia Cars
"VRT & VAT FREE DD1 CARS IRELAND"
At Dennehy Motors Limerick we have a dedicated DD1 Mobility specialist who can assist you in purchase of your new Renault or Dacia Mobility Vehicle, We are an authorised Mobility DD1 renault and Dacia car provider please phone our DD1 car specialists on 061 442444 or email email@example.com
DD1 Guide to the DD1 Disabled Car Scheme for All New 2018 Cars
If you are already in receipt of a Primary Medical Certificate or new to the DD1 car scheme we will guide you through the process that requires you our customer to provide the documentation. We will set you up on the ROS system online for delivery of your new car VAT and VRT Free.
What We Require From You:
- PPS Number
- Bank Details
- Principal Medical Certificate
- Name & Address of Driver
- Activation PIN Number (We will do this online for you)
You will need to send the following documents to the Central Repayments Office
- Form DD1
- The original Primary Medical Certificate if you are claiming for the first time. (Apply to your Area Health Service Executive (HSE) for this.
- Complete the application form and return it to the Senior Medical Officer of the Local Health Office. (If you satisfy the DD1 Mobility requirements, you are granted a Primary Medical Certificate by the HSE).
If your application for remission of VRT is acceptable, you will be sent a Letter of Authorisation which authorises you to purchase a DD1 vehicle.
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When you have chosen the new mobility car on the DD1 scheme, the vehicle identification number (VIN) must be submitted to the Central Repayments Office on the form issued to you with the Letter of Authorisation. You will be issued with an Exemption Notification that allows the vehicle to be registered exempt of VRT at the NCTS centre. (We take care of this for you)
After you have bought the new vehicle, you must obtain the following DD1 Mobility documents:
- An original invoice from the dealer showing the full purchase particulars of the vehicle and verifying that payment of the amount due has been made in full.(We give you this when you pick up your new car)
- An original invoice from the person who adapted the vehicle, showing that payment has been made in full.
- The invoice must show full details of the adaptations to the vehicle and the VAT charged.
Applying for repayment of VRT and VAT on Mobility cars
If VRT has not been remitted and you want to claim repayment of VRT and VAT, you need to submit the following documents to the Central Repayments Office.
- A fully completed Application Form DD1
- The original Primary Medical Certificate if you are claiming for the first time.
- An original invoice from the dealer showing the full purchase particulars of the vehicle and VAT charged and showing that payment of the amount due has been made in full
- An original invoice from the person who adapted the vehicle, indicating that payment has been made in full. This invoice should set out the full details of the adaptations and the VAT charged.
- The vehicle's Vehicle Registration Certificate.
If the vehicle has been registered before, there is no need to go through the usual change of ownership procedure as this will automatically happen when the vehicle is taxed exempt at the Motor Tax Office.
If your claim is accepted you are issued with a Certificate of Approval by the Central Repayments Office which you should submit to your local Motor Tax Office. You will be issued with a new Vehicle Registration Certificate which you should send to the Central Repayments Office where it will be endorsed to the effect that the vehicle was purchased under the Disabled Drivers and Passengers Scheme and cannot be disposed of for two years. This certificate will be returned to you immediately.
If the vehicle has previously qualified for tax relief under the scheme, the maximum amount of tax relief that can be claimed for the vehicle will probably have already been claimed. However, you should still submit form DD1 mobility with all the required documentation as listed above.
Applying for Refund of Excise Duty on Fuel for Mobility Cars
Claims for repayment of excise duty on fuel should be made once a year on Form DD3 (pdf) which will be automatically sent to you by the Central Repayments Office.
You need to keep receipts for the fuel purchased for two years, but do not have to submit them with your claim. You have to estimate the percentage of that fuel that is used for your own transport or the transport of a disabled passenger.
Applying for Exemption from Motor Tax On DD1 Cars
If your new DD1 vehicle is being registered in Ireland for the first time, you need to present your Vehicle Registration Certificate to your local Motor Taxation Office.
Where to apply for the DD1 Mobility Car Scheme
You can find further information on the tax relief scheme on the Revenue Commissioners' website
Central Repayments Office
Office of the Revenue Commissioners
M: TEK II Building
Tel: +353 (0)47 62100
Locall: 1890 606061
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