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Hi Every body.

sorry i do not have a bike yet but i will be looking to buy one in the uk over the next few months. Currently i live in france and i have a question for anybody who can help about ecc . i am currently going through a nightmare trying to register a uk van in france and wish to avoid the problem when i buy the bike. are ecc certificates freely available for wings?
thanks to anybody who can help

wayne
 

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:waving::waving: Welcome to the World's Greatest Goldwing Site ETOOL! :waving::waving:



I can't help you with your question but this response will bump your post back to the top of the stack.
 

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I can't help either, but Welcome from Tennessee!!!!!!
 

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Wexy or Wingnut should be able to help you with an answer as they deal with these issues from time to time I would think.
 

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Stacking it up for you, I don't know either.
 

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Bonjour Etool.



Wexy is most likely to give answers to this and you may even get them in French. he will be along shortly.



au revoir
 

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Hi ,Certs are freely available IF and only if the Wing was a European spec bike ,However if it is an American import you will NOT get a certificate for it in Europe ,I had a house in France and no way can you get around the buracratic rubbish that you will have to go through in France to get a bike or car registered , Ciaran
 
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