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What do you know about the car modification scene in Denmark? It’s not a trick question! My answer, until about one week before researching for this feature was about as much as I know about any scene in Denmark i.e. very little. For example, did you know that when a new car is purchased in Denmark, the buyer is responsible for a 150% tax levy on the original purchase price? If you already had that little nugget stored in your cortex, did you realise that the levy remains with the car even when it is sold second-hand? The figure is calculated on the resale value of the car, but it still makes buying cars in Denmark one of the most expensive things you

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