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Though engineered to perform anywhere in the world, the soul of a Mercedes-Benz truly reveals itself in its natural environment: Germany.
Whether you’re winding your way through snow-capped villages or raising your adrenaline on the Autobahn, there’s no better place to immerse yourself in the Mercedes-Benz experience than in its own paved backyard. And that’s why Mercedes-Benz created the European Delivery Program (EDP).
With European Delivery, you’ll not only experience second-to-none vehicles against the backdrop of Germany, but you could also save up to 7% off your vehicle’s MSRP*.
Mercedes-Benz of Draper lives up to the LUXURY OF EXPERIENCE by providing not only such an opportunity to customers who’ve always dreamed of driving their own Mercedes-Benz in its hometown, but also the assistance of our own European Delivery Specialist, a native Austrian with years of EDP experience.
Your European Delivery experience begins with professional travel assistance to assist with your hotel and airline reservations. Upon arrival in Germany, you’ll take a tour of our factory at Sindelfingen.
Once you take delivery of your new vehicle in Sindelfingen, you’ll be sent on your way with a full gas tank, 15 days of European road insurance, and all vehicle shipping and handling expenses settled in advance!
After your driving adventure comes to an end, simply leave your Mercedes-Benz at any one of several designated drop-off points, and you’ll be reunited with it on the other side of the Atlantic.
Whether you choose the natural majesty of the Black Forest or the celebrated culture of European cultural centers like Paris, Munich or Vienna, our network of hotels and vehicle drop-off points helps ensure that your trip is as convenient as it is memorable.
From planning your itinerary to model eligibility, our very own German-speaking, European Delivery specialist (a native Austrian with years of European Delivery experience!) can help with questions specific to your situation.
For more information or if you’re ready to purchase a Mercedes-Benz and have your own European adventure, please text Paul Keil at (801) 541-7881
BLG Auto Terminal GmbH & Co. KG
BLG Automotive Logistics GmbH & Co. KG
Brandenburgische Str. 51-53
BLG Auto Transport GmbH & Co. KGHugo-
Simovic Car Service
Am Hirnach 6
BLG Car Shipping GmbH & Co. KG Grauwallring 2
United Stevedores Amsterdam
1047 HM Amsterdam
(not included in Standard package – Extra charge)
BLG CarShipping Koper d.o.o
Ankaranska cesta 5b
Vehicle drop-off in Italy is subject to prior arrangements and an additional charge, payable to BLG. Rate information is available upon request. Cars are driven to Munich for truck transfer to port of loading.
Car registration and insurance must be valid for at least five days after drop-off.
Entrance no. 1, Office no. E173
(Not included in Standard Package–extra charge)
Unit 6 Sovereign Court
633 Sipson Road, West Drayton
Middlesex, UB7 OJR (located at airport)
TT Car Transit-CDG Airport
Rue Eugene POUBELLE
77990 Le Mesnil-Amelot
TT Car Transit
Nice Airport Terminal 2
Arrival Area Gate 4
Desk TT Car Transit
06281 Nice Cedex 3 (at airport)
ATI (Auto Turística Iberica)
Vehicle drop-off in Madrid is subject to prior arrangements and an additional charge, payable to Shipper. Rate information is available upon request.
C/ Lola Flores, 16
TRYP Airport Parking
Graf Zeppelin: The Graf Zeppelin offers guests comfort, elegance, and individual service. Ideally located in downtown Stuttgart, it is within walking distance to the Koenigstrasse, which offers many fine shops, restaurants, and attractions.
Hotel am Schlossgarten: This international five-star hotel is situated in the park landscape of the castle gardens of Stuttgart and is closest to the Königstraße shopping area as well as many cultural institutions such as the city theatre, the famous ballet and opera house, the city gallery, and the new as well as the old castle. It even belongs to The Leading Hotels of the World®. The luxurious hotel is only a few minutes away on foot from the central train station Stuttgart.
Parkhotel Adler: Owned by the same family since 1446, the Parkhotel Adler is situated on ten acres of parkland in the Black Forest, with several kilometers of walkways, and includes a credit of f102 per couple (f51 for single occupancy).
Interapel-Hotel Tyrol: In the midst of the Tyrolean Mountains, guests discover the perfect balance between dramatic scenery and the luxury of a top-class hotel. Facilities include tennis courts, swimming pool, sauna, and steam baths.
88131 Lindau, Germany
Hotel Mueller: A warm welcome awaits you at the Hotel Mueller in Hohenschwangau located 10 minutes from 19th Century Hohenschwangau Castle (the childhood home of King Ludwig), and 35 minutes from Neuschwanstein Castle. Dine in lovely Café Restaurant AM Park and nearby Oberammergau, where the famous Passion Play is performed.
Hotel gordener Hirsch: Located down the street from Mozart’s house, the Hotel Goldener Hirsch is a short walk from designer boutiques and the Salzach River, while its bohemian design pays homage to the city’s rich heritage.
The Charles Hotel: The Charles Hotel is a stylish five-star experience with award-winning design, a luxurious, spacious spa and idyllic views over the historical heart of Munich.
Hotel Königshof: Located in Munich’s city center, the Hotel Königshof overlooks the historical old town and is close to the world-famous Marienplatz. Savor an exquisite culinary experience at its Gourmet Restaurant, which has the honor to bear 1 Michelin star and 18 Gault Millau points.
Hotel Bayerischer Hof: Located in the heart of Munich, the Hotel Bayerischer Hof reflects the personal care and dedication of the Volkhardt family, who have owned the property for generations. Enjoy a variety of fine dining at The Palais Keller with its traditional Bavarian cuisine as well as Polynesian specialties at Trader Vic’s.
While purchasers are free to explore Europe at their own pace, Mercedes-Benz also offers four exclusive driving packages designed for those who prefer to have a structured itinerary.
Enjoy a one-night stay for two at your choice of selected hotel in Stuttgart, and breakfast or lunch at the Sindelfingen factory restaurant. After that, explore a variety recommended hotels and resorts in Europe’s finest cities.
After you’ve completed the registration process, Mercedes-Benz will send you a confirmation letter, insurance information, and other helpful travel details.
In order to take delivery of your vehicle, you must present your confirmation letter, your invoice and passport. If you’re taking delivery on behalf of someone else, you must present notarized Power of Attorney approved by Mercedes-Benz USA, LLC.
Is it possible to purchase a non-U.S. specification vehicle?
Which countries are covered under the insurance?
AXA Insurance coverage shall apply within the geographical borders of Europe.
Can the duration of insurance be extended?
Customers may purchase additional insurance up to twelve months in length. An extension of the International Registration and Insurance beyond its original expiration date is not possible; therefore, it is most important you order exact insurance coverage required at least two weeks prior to delivery date. Please contact your dealer for rates.
Can I purchase insurance on my own?
Unfortunately, other insurance companies are not accepted. All vehicles delivered through the European Delivery Program must be covered by AXA Insurance.
How long can I drive my vehicle in Europe?
Up to a maximum of twelve (12) months if purchased, thirty (30) days if leased. The International Registration is limited to the duration of insurance, however not exceeding a maximum period of twelve (12) months from the date of registration. The German Export Registration Plates are not valid in the U.S.
Is an International driver’s License required while in Europe?
If you travel through Austria, Switzerland & Italy an International Driver’s License is needed. It can be obtained from any AAA location in the U.S., and its cost varies. The vehicle must also have a sticker for travel on the roadways, which can be purchased at gasoline stations (Germany and Austria) and at the borders.
Will I be charged European road taxes?
If your European Road Insurance/Registration exceeds three (3) months, the road tax is applicable. The Road Tax is payable at time of delivery in Germany.
Are toll stickers required?
Toll stickers are also required on all vehicles on Austria, Switzerland, and Italy´s highways. They can be purchased at gasoline stations (Germany,Switzerland & Italy) and at the borders. Authorities in both countries fine heavily for non-compliance with these regulations. “Vignetta” in Italian, a “Vignetten” in German.
Is Navigation available for European Dellivery orders?
The European Navigation package works for all classes offered on European Delivery Program. Upon the vehicle’s return to the United States, the US data is entered into the navigation system by our Vehicle Preparation Center.
BECKER PILOT MAPS will not work in Europe and if you have ordered code 001, the Vehicle Preparation Center will include the part in the US before delivery to the dealer. While in Europe, the Delivery Center will provide a portable navigation system at no additional cost to European Delivery orders equipped with the Becker Pilot Maps. The portable unit must be returned at time of drop off. The customer will be required to provide a credit card in the event the portable navigation unit is lost, stolen, damaged, or otherwise not returned.
Will the hotel charge for a third person?
Many hotels charge for each additional person, including children. Rates vary by hotel.
What are the European/Austrian laws for winter travel?
*While traveling in Europe during the months of November through April, it is the responsibility of the car owner/driver to adhere to local traffic regulations, which require that a vehicle must have winter tires in winter driving conditions, and take appropriate measures for travel in prevailing weather conditions.
As stated in the Operator’s Manual for your vehicle, always use winter tires at temperatures below 45ºF (7ºC) and whenever wintry road conditions prevail. See your Operator’s Manual for specific details concerning operation of your vehicle, including information concerning tires and snow chains for winter driving conditions.
While traveling in Austria during winter months of November through April, you must have winter tires.
If you disregard this, you can be assessed with a fine of up to € 5.000.
Austria & Switzerland:
If you travel through Austria, and/or Switzerland an International Driver´s License is needed. It can be obtained from any AAA location in the U.S., and its cost varies. The vehicle must also have a sticker for travel on the roadways, which can be purchased at gasoline stations (Germany and Austria) and at the borders. Authorities in both countries fine heavily for non-compliance with these regulations. These additional costs are the responsibility of the customer.
Cars with “R02 code” All Season Tires (M+S marked on the side of the tire) meet the winter tire laws in Germany and Austria.
Are there any requirements for child safety?
German law requires the use of a child safety seat for any child less than 12 years of age and less than 50″ tall.
What is required for customs clearance?
U.S. Customs requires a copy of passport or driver’s license as well as the Social Security numbers of the individual purchaser and his/her IRS ID Number (EID) if the vehicle is purchased in the name of a company. A street address is also necessary (a P.O. Box is not acceptable). Without this information the vehicle cannot be cleared by customs.
What can be left in the car for ocean shipment?
Marine Insurance only covers the equipment as listed on the Confirmation of Order/Invoice. No other accessories or personal effects are covered during transport. Neither the shipping lines nor U.S. Customs allow other items than listed on the Confirmation of Order/Invoice in the car.
What is the estimate transport time from drop-off to the United States?
The approximate transport time from the drop-off location within Germany to the U.S. East Coast is 6-8 weeks to the port, and for West Coast 8-10 weeks to the port, then you must count in addition to this time, one complete week in Customs and ten working days at Vehicle Preparation Center.
Drop-off locations outside Germany require additional three weeks
Our German-speaking, European Delivery Specialist Paul Keil will help plan your trip. A native Austrian, he grew up driving throughout Germany and Europe. Paul’s experience doing European Deliveries for himself and others is a major comfort for you as he is always available to take your call on his personal phone. He’s basically your own European Concierge!
From planning your itinerary to model eligibility, Paul and his team can help with questions specific to your situation. We’d love for everyone to enjoy this unforgettable program!
For more information or if you’re ready to purchase a Mercedes-Benz and have your own European adventure, Text Paul Keil at (801) 541-7881.