i think if you can register the car as a registered owner at a Dutch address for 12 months or more then you can import to Poland and not pay the import tax
Wow what a great idea. Obtain residency in Holland, buy and register your car there, pay Dutch insurance rates, find a job and work there for a whole year, then pack your bags and head off the Poland. Sure, you still have to pay all the other fees, but you just saved 3.8%!!!! (because who are we kidding, Marcus is probably going to buy something with a <2.0L engine).
Oh yea, being one step ahead here, here are the next three posts thatll appear in this thread.
Wroclaw Boy: "But pantsless LOL, you like big idiot :-) ;-) <3 you dont actually have like like and like work in Holland ROTFL FTW"
Pantsless: So let's forget the serious coin you drop on Dutch insurance (4-6x more expensive than in Poland). How do you plan on documenting your stay in stay in Holland for 12 uninterrupted consecutive months in the form of pay stubs, tax statements?
Wroclaw Boy: I have to go over here now, and like post something.
Doesn't look good for the Polish second hand car industry, does it?
For all I care the entire "industry" can rot in hell.