Any Luxembourg residents may deregister their vehicle if they wish to:
In the event of the export of a vehicle, an export certificate is issued against payment of EUR 19.84.
Payment may be made either directly at the SNCA counter or by wire transfer to the account IBAN LU55 0019 4755 8078 4000 – BIC: BCEELULL before submitting or sending the request by post; the vehicle's (or vehicles') registration number(s) must be indicated in the 'reference' area of the wire transfer, and proof of the bank debit must be submitted with the application.
Once a road vehicle registered in Luxembourg has been transferred, sold, exported or destroyed, the owner or keeper of the vehicle in question must inform the SNCA, within 5 business days, using the downloadable form to declare vehicle deregistration, duly completed and signed.
This declaration may be made:
The vehicle can also be deregistered online via the procedure on the MyGuichet.lu platform.
If the road vehicle is transferred or sold to a new owner living in Luxembourg, or is destroyed, the person making the declaration must attach Parts I and II of the registration certificate to the notice.
If the road vehicle is exported or sold to a new owner living abroad, the person must attach Parts I and II of the registration certificate to the notice. In this case, an export certificate will be issued by returning the two parts of the registration certificate (Parts I and II) bearing the words 'unregistered vehicle'. This will enable the vehicle to be registered abroad.
When deregistering a vehicle temporarily or permanently, as well as in the case of the transcription of a vehicle subject to tax, the tax paid in excess may be refunded under the following conditions:
The deregistration or transcription date of the vehicle as registered in the database of the Ministry of Mobility and Public Works is taken into account to calculate the amount of the tax to be reimbursed.
The tax collector from the Customs and Excise Agency reimburses the amount of the tax paid in excess, at the rate of 1/365 per day not yet passed of the annual tax year, to the bank account indicated by the debtor. The amount to be paid is rounded down to the next Euro.
Annual lump-sum taxes for classic vehicles are not reimbursed.