Is it enough for register this car in Poland
NO... I had just bought a house in Poland that took almost 18 months, even though both parents are Polish.
So I bought a car with Polish registration from a Polish man in England and drove the thing back to Poland thinking I would save myself the problem when I'm there................. Not quite so.
First came the Insurance, I could insure my home no problem, but the car can't do it without a Nip ( Poland's equivalence to a British national insurance number).
Then spent a day paying the taxes and a visit to a agent who specialises in registration paid the fees and everything was to be OK......No
No Nip no registration.............And I should not have bought a car with Polish reg in England... its illegal...and the car was confiscated.
The car then was bought back from the authorities by my cousin and he insured and registered it, the whole process took months due to my return to England for a while.
Poland is full of red tape, especially when it comes to non nationals.
Things might change next year 2012 apparently there is a lobby to simplify things to fall in line with the rest of europe.
If I were you I'd get a friend to register the car and insure it with you as a part owner.
The thought has occurred, If you had a new European I.D. card would the have to be accepted ???.
Food for thought................. :0)