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  1. Listen to GDB and contact a pro. I'm sure there's some registration, fees, shots, etc. you'll have to be aware of and they should know what those are.
  2. As others have mentioned, you may be able to get by without paying huge import taxes since you're a citizen. Do you know if they have the same vehicle specifications for both countries? That could cost a lot if you need to make any modifications to get compliant. My sister shipped her car to Turkey from the U.S. and used this company https://www.a1autotransport.com/ship-car-to-turkey.php without any problems (unless you count the expense.) Definitely worth a call if only to ask about what you're legally required to do and I know they move cars all over the world so they might be able to help.
  3. Not sure how helpful this is, but here's what I could find: http://www.dutycalculator.com/country-guides/Import-duty-taxes-when-importing-into-Turkey/ It sounds like the exact percentage on imports varies and wildly so. I believe they are now on the harmonized tariff system, which might make it easier.
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