EUROPEAN REMOVALS – GERMANY
Professional removers in East Anglia moving you to Germany
Wherever you’re moving to in Germany, whether a major city like Berlin or Hamburg or a place in the countryside, our specialist team at Arrowpak International will take care of everything.
From packing your goods, transporting your household and specialist items, and offering expert advice throughout the process, you couldn’t be in better hands than our East Anglia based professional removers.
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Relocating to Germany
Our professional removers will support and advise you through every step of your journey. You can import any used personal effects and household goods to Germany, providing VAT has been paid in the EU and you have a detailed inventory of all items and a customs declaration form.
In terms of pets, you are welcome to take your dog or cat to Germany provided they are at least 3 months old and have been vaccinated against Rabies within 21 days of moving. An EU pet Passport attesting valid rabies vaccination delivered by a Government-approved vet in the UK or local veterinary inspector is required. Regulations frequently change so it is advisable to check the latest situation before travelling, and consult with our friendly East Anglia team at Arrowpak International for transportation and shipping advice on even exotic pets.
Importing cars and motorcycles into Germany can be complicated so please ask our professional removers for advice well in advance of your move. Driving licences issued by an EU country are valid in Germany for an unlimited period (subject to their normal renewal date) providing there are no endorsements or suspensions, etc. Holders of non-European licences may drive for up to one year, again providing there are no endorsements, etc. After twelve months the German theory and practical test will need to be passed to obtain a licence. Some countries have reciprocal arrangements to exchange licences for their German equivalent.
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