Ship Car To Carolina
Send Your Vehicle to Carolina, Puerto Rico from the United States
Sending a vehicle to Carolina, Puerto Rico from the U.S. will require some research. One should contact the Puerto Rico Customs office to see what all is entailed. Most of the time, one can expect to need:
- Title and Vehicle Registration
- Proof of Purchase
- License or Picture ID
These are just typical requirements for any type of vehicle shipment. There will be more needed to be addressed so contacting Customs is a must.
About Carolina, Puerto Rico
Carolina is a municipality of Puerto Rico. It is located on the northeast coastline and is just east of San Juan. It is the home of Puerto Rico’s main airport base. It is also one of Puerto Rico’s most crucial tourist centers. There are many hotels, casinos, and spas for visitors to take advantage of.
Located conveniently near San Juan is what makes Carolina even more desirable. Those looking to live close to the major city come to Carolina for residency and a little more peace and quiet. Other than the airport and hotels, it is a very laid back place to be.
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Shipping Methods for Vehicle Transport
There aren’t too many different shipping methods available, but the ones that are commonly chosen are RO/RO shipping and container shipping. These are cheap, reliable shipment methods for anyone shipping outside of the U.S. Air shipping may also be used, but it is very expensive.
Container shipping is a method of shipment that requires the vehicle to be put inside a very large container while aboard the ship. The container can be filled with belongings, and so can the vehicle. As long as the possessions are allowed by Vietnam Customs. The container can be shared with another individual and the cost can be split.
RO/RO shipping is a method of shipping that requires the vehicle to be empty with the exception of a car jack, floor mats, and a spare tire. The car must roll on the ship as well as off of.