Arno can be found in one of the 133 islands out in the Pacific Ocean. Arno is a part of the legislative district of the Ratak Chain. It is approximately five miles and conveniently touches on three different lagoons; one large one and two small ones.
If you are coming to Marshall Island to work or study, you can get around much easier with your own vehicle. It may be hard to maintain your vehicle due to the sea being so close by.
When you import your own vehicle from the United States, you will need to be prepared for the expenses incurred as well as the time you and all the advanced planning that must be done. A1 Auto Transport Service can help you with all your import needs.
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Need to do in order to ship to the Marshall Islands.
You need to know what the rules and requirements are for shipping your vehicle to Arno at any time. A1 Auto Transport Service can help you with any questions you may have. You can always contact the Embassy of the Marshall Islands when you have questions. You will need to provide the following documents when you apply for an import:
- Driver’s License.
- Proof that there is no lien against your vehicle.
- Bill of Lading.
- Vehicle Registration.
- Bill of purchase.
- Proof of Insurance.
- Proof of work/resident.
Customs department will be able to help you determine what import tax and duties are due when you import your vehicle to Arno. You will also need to familiarize yourself with the road conditions as well as the traffic rules so you will know what to do when you are driving after the import.
Vehicles that drive in the Marshall Islands must be licensed. The weight of the vehicle will be the determining factor on how much you will pay in taxes. The average charge for a car is roughly $35.00. You will also need to get your vehicle inspected every year. When the car is licensed, you will be issued a sticker for your vehicle as well. You are also required to have liability insurance on your vehicle at the time it is licensed. The minimum coverage will run around $200(USD). A driver’s license will cost $20 (USD). You will not be required to take a test as long as your driver’s license from the United States is valid.
Transporting your Vehicle using Different Methods.
There are different types of shipping methods to help you transport your vehicle to Marshall Island. The first method of shipping is the Roll On/Roll-Off method. The Roll On/ Roll Off method is an affordable way to transport a vehicle from the U.S to a different port. The vehicle will need to be cleaned before it can be imported. There can be no air conditioning gas left in your vehicle. You will only be able to allow the spare key, a tire, and mats in the vehicle during import.
Container shipping method is also another option when it comes to shipping. With container shipping, the vehicle is placed inside of a container where it is then sealed up and prepared for transport. Once the taxes are all cleared, the vehicle can then be released to you, the owner. You will have a few weeks to get it licensed.
For better updates and latest regulations on the import regulations, contact the Embassy of Marshall Island.
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