Ship Your Car To Or From Arvaikheer, Mongolia
Arvaikheer is the capital of the Ovorkhangai Aimag Province and is one of the central cities in Mongolia. It can be considered a center for traditional crafts, equestrian sports, goat herding and it hosts a huge horse festival every single year.
Learn more about car shipping to Mongolia.
If you are moving here for a few months or longer, having your own vehicle will help you stay independent. With not a very efficient public transport, the need to have your own vehicle helps. You may not be able to complete the process on your own and that is why A1 Auto Transport can help.
Transportation from a Port in China
In the majority of cases the car is shipped to a port in China: Qingdao or Tianjin. From there, the car is moved with a truck to Mongolia. The cargo is going to be delivered to a designated inland port and left to the responsibility of the consignee. There is certain documentation that you need to bring in order for everything to go smoothly. Shipping a vehicle to Mongolia is usually going to cost you between $4200 and $7000 from the USA.
Shipping to Mongolia
Mongolia is a landlocked country so you need to account for a few additional steps in the entire process. In the majority of cases, you will need to ship the car to China by sea and then transport it to Mongolia with a ground transporter. Usually, people go for Roll On/Roll Off service when it comes to shipping as it’s more affordable. Keep in mind that no other belongings can be shipped in this way. If you want to, you can use container shipping. The latter option means that you will be using a large exclusive container for your car and you can place as many belongings in it as you wish – it’s very convenient. Of course, it’s more expensive but it’s far more secure.
Eligibility for Exporting Vehicle
It's important that you have all the necessary documents in order to legally import your vehicle. You will need to provide proof of its value in order to pay the necessary taxes and insurance and is done using the Bill of Lading. You will also need authorization to legally drive your vehicle from the port in China to Arvaikheer. There are several check points to note along the way. Additionally, you will be required to submit a few documents to validate the import. These include:
- Passport of the owner
- Title deed of the vehicle
- Proof of ownership for at least the last 6 months
- Ocean Bill of Lading
- List of inventory
- Bill of vehicle purchase
Requirements for Exporting a Vehicle to Mongolia
These documents are necessary to determine whether you are legally eligible to transport this particular vehicle and whether or not it’s your responsibility to do so. Delivery needs to be handled as per the Ocean Bill of Lading. There are taxes and duties which are levied based on the status of the individual who is importing the vehicle. You can also expect to be stopped and deterred at quite a few different checkpoints.
Working with professional service providers such as the A1-Auto Transport is without a doubt going to provide you with a lot of benefits. You may contact the Mongolian Consulate in the USA to get further information about the current laws and regulations.
Written By:Joe Webster
Joe Webster began his journey in the auto transport field by attending the University of Southern California (USC), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Marketing.
After college, he started his career in the auto transport industry from the bottom up and has done virtually every job there is to do at A-1 Auto Transport, including but not limited to: Truck Driver, Dispatch, Sales, PR, Bookkeeping, Transport Planner, Transport Manager, International Transport Manager, Brokering, Customer Service, and Marketing. Working with his mentor Tony Taylor, Joe Webster has learned the ins and outs of this industry which is largely misunderstood.
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