Now I'm hearing 1600$ a year! But that's for accident insurance. To guy_ratus: do you have accident insurance or just liability insurance?
Skip the car, get a motorcycle instead. 600,000-a mil and no insurance
Quote from: michin_migukin on December 10, 2010, 01:08:49 PMSkip the car, get a motorcycle instead. 600,000-a mil and no insuranceAnd when you die on that motorcycle, one more job opening for the rest of us
Ask your coteacher for help; mine helped me get my car in May. I got it from a car dealership, not a private seller.Paperwork was surprisingly minimal, I didn't even get a Korean license (maybe that's illegal, though it didn't stop them from giving me the rego papers), just had to show them my home license and ARC.Maybe you have to fill in a few forms, but that's about it I think.
@ Janitor - have you personally seen fatal car crashes in Korea as you claim?
Thanks for all the advice. Unfortunately I didn't get an international license before I left the UK as I wasn't expecting to need a car over here. It looks like I need to post my lisence off to the British embassy in Seoul to get it authorised then get a korean one. Annoyingly it looks like I can legally buy and register a car, just not drive it!Thanks again, Charlie