Big sorry. You are right, I made a mistake.dero said:Hey, I think that you have made a slight mistake with your Euro to USD conversion calculations.
State yearly registration is called at us "Kraftfahrzeugsteuer" and is about 50 Euro, 61 Dollar. Then we have to have insurance (law) , this depend on how many years you have been riding without an accident, at me 100 Euro, 122 Dollar per year. No more costs in germany.dero said:That includes the 10% Goods and Services Tax but unfortunately not the onroad costs such as State yearly registration ($540), stamp duty (approx $500) and dealer delivery charges. All of which makes it around AUD $14,000 (EURO E8,850 , USD $10,622) ride out the door. I paid AUD $12,460 ride away.
The prices of fuel I also wrong calculated.dero said:I paid 119.9 cent per litre for unleaded (91 octane), premium unleaded (98 octane) is around 129.9 cents per litre, LPG (gas) is around 45.9 cents per litre.
We pay 110 cents minimum per liter for regular here in Japan, and usually more if we're buying in the countryside.DoubleM said: