Many have escaped unpredictable situations and climates in favour of 'the good life abroad'.People leave their home country and become expats for many reasons, be it to take advantage of more affordable markets, a new job, to study, to work, or maybe to be with other family members who are already living overseas.Having said all of that it is advisable to buy an Armored Humvee for the wife and kids. Very few drivers learn to drive here, they typically arrive with the driving customs of their home country. and hopefully returning to auh after the ramajam war this year. Great route to go, IMHO until one gets their feet on the ground here. You will be shocked how quickly a new car depreciates here.You can imagine what kind of driving stew that can create. my uae driving license is due to expire next year what is the new and updated info, please on renewing your license. TU, with regard to depreciation, if you buy any of the US produced vehicles or Jaguar, some of the Range Rovers and the cheaper Far Eastern models, you are right, depreciation is on a par with the rest of the world-precipitous.
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OTOH, this might not be as easy as it first might appear...........pilots, now seeing that the green on the other side of the fence is now decidely brown, might stay, negating any need for sale. When I moved to DXB a few years ago I was given all of the conventional advice: Don't open your account with "x" bank, you don't know anything about them; Don't buy a used car here, you don't know anything about it's history and it was probably wrecked; etc, etc. Nearly all of that advice was and remains bu##*%it!
If you find a used car that you like - take it to the authorized dealer or an independent specialist and for a fee of between AED200-500 they'll do a mechanical inspection and give you the full history if it's a vehicle sold new in the UAE.