raymccoy 19 Dec 2008 #1I'm thinking about buying a second hand car in Poland now that the zloty is 4.something with the Euro and all the crisis is hitting hard in the car industry, I could find very cheap used cars compared to Spain (my home country).I want to know: What is the easiest way to be able to legally drive the car I acquired here in Poland? I'm EU citicen, that should make things easier, right?I mean: registration, insurance, and all that chore. Registering it in Spain is not an option because I must take the car to Spain so it would get the compulsory mechanical revision and I don't plan to do that until after summer when I come back to Spain, and I want the car now (a car really helps in winter here...).So, how can I register it in Poland in a easy, temporal way? Get temporal insurance? I just need it registered here until july or around.Thanks for any help.P.S. I am a student here, and I'm not registered with those papers that you must be in a flat and stuff like that because I'm staying in the flat of a friend and she's letting me be there for free so there is no contract. Being an EU citizen that shouldn't be a problem, right?