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Planning a stay in Asyut would be an exciting time for anyone, until it comes to gathering documents and other necessary items to get you and all of your belongings there. Asyut is a modern Egyptian city has so much to be explored. Having your own personal vehicle will allow you to avoid the hassle of using public transit in a foreign country.
Sending your vehicle to Asyut is a task that can be handled efficiently by professional transport services. Most of the time, you will be offered your choice of roll-on, roll-off or container shipping. Air shipping is also available, but it tends to be expensive and not many can afford the service.
A-1 Auto Transport, Inc. ships vehicles worldwide. Click here or call 1-800-518-8708 to get a free, no obligation to buy price quote to ship your car.
How Does the Shipping Process Work?
After finding a trustworthy company to have the auto transported, consider all of the services they offer. Take advantage of any cargo insurance offered and carefully select the method of transport. Container shipping will allow you to ship other belongings along with the vehicle, while roll-on, roll-off shipping consists of sending the empty vehicle overseas on a flatbed ship.
The process of shipping will go along much smoother when you have professionals handling it for you. Of course, it will still be your responsibility to gather all of the documentation needed, as well as being present at the correct port on the day of the vehicle’s due arrival. By contacting Egyptian Customs ahead of time, you will be able to have all of the required documentation gathered in time for the transport.
Strict Regulations for Auto Transport to Egypt.
The regulations for vehicle importation into Egypt can change at any time. Nevertheless, there are still a few policies that rarely change.
- The vehicle mustn’t exceed the age of three years old.
- You must be the sole owner of the vehicle and no one else could have owned it prior to you.
- High duties and tariffs must be paid and receipts will need to be presented to Customs.