Shipping A Car To Equatorial Guinea.
Typical Shipping Prices – How Much Does It Cost?
- Transport costs are most often between $3,500 and $7,000 for shipping a car to Equatorial Guinea from the United States.
- Cars delivered to the area are generally shipped from the East Coast, which accounts for some of the variances in price.
The Republic of Equatorial Guinea, a small country, about the size of Oregon, is located in Central Africa. The official language is Spanish however, French is commonly spoken. This is important to keep in mind when trying to attain any kind of legal document for the country because it must be in either of those languages. Because of unstable government laws are often changing.
So, anyone wishing to import/export goods and vehicles to this country should research their options thoroughly before doing so. Contact with US embassy in Equatorial Guinea would be beneficial to their endeavors. Shipping an automobile to any country has its pros and cons. Most of the difficulties arise amongst the red tape and the ignorance of customs and regulations on the part of the party shipping. However, once you have completed the necessary preliminary steps to exporting an auto to Guinea, the remainder of the process is relatively simple and secure. Just make sure that you have completed all the necessary applications and that you have all the mandatory legal documents in order. This will pave a smooth way through the whole process.
Required Documents For Shipping A Vehicle To Equatorial Guinea.
As for what you need to ship documents to Guinea, the list is rather lengthy. It is important to remember that all of these documents must be presented with the applications at the time of shipment and it is wise to carry multiple copies of these documents with you at the time of delivery. If there is any legal issue or assistance that you need, you can contact the US embassy for assistance. Documents needed to successfully export an automobile to Guinea are as follows:
- Copy of passport.
- Letter of Employment.
- Bill of lading or air waybill.
- Purchase invoice.
- Proof of insurance.
These documents are required for the export of all motor vehicles. Along with these proofs there are several other included in the list of mandatory documents. These are determined by whether the vehicle is new or used.
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For new vehicles
- Purchase Invoice.
- Proof of Insurance.
- Bill of Sale.
For used vehicles
- Car Registration Documents.
- Proof of Insurance.
There are also various taxes (duties) that can be charged towards the vehicle. Anyone exporting a vehicle to Equatorial Guinea as a personal effect under the name of the owner, who can prove that the car was owned by them for at least six months, will be exempt from these duties. Before shipping a vehicle to Guinea you must receive authorization from both the port authorities and the Ministry of Transportation. Again, this authorization is required before the property leaves its port of origin. Whether you have opted for door-to-door or port-to-port, you need to evaluate the cost before deciding.
While shipping to Equatorial Guinea, as in any other country includes a lot of paperwork and some research, it is a relatively simple procedure. As long as the person exporting their vehicle can provide the needed proof in exporting goods to a foreign country, he/she will have little to no trouble when doing so.
There are a few options available in regards to shipment. Container shipment supplies a little-added assurance that your vehicle will reach its destination undamaged but it can also cost a little more than roll-on-roll-off shipping. It is up to the owner to decide which the best option is and to determine whether or not their destination port accepts both methods.
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