Ship Your Car To Or From Ibagué, Colombia
Located in the town of Tolima and is the capital, Ibagué is one of the 32 departments that creates the Republic of Colombia. It is situated in the middle of the country, on the rugged central mountain range of the Andes, which is near the Nevado del Tolima.
Requirements to Ship to Ibagué
When preparing your vehicle for shipping, there are a few things you should know, like, if you want to get your vehicle to the port but you don’t have the time to do it, you may be able to have the door-to-port option. Hiring a professional like A1 Auto Transport Service to assist you in this journey is the best way to do it. Additionally, the U.S. Customs and the Colombia Customs Department will need to verify the vehicle and its ownership before it leaves the U.S port and enters the Peruvian port. You will need to have documents with you which include:
- Your driver’s license
- Your social security card
- Vehicle title
- Certificate of insurance
- Power of attorney form signed and prepared in case you need someone to pick up the vehicle for you.
You can hire A1 Auto Transport service, one of the best global auto shipping companies to transport your vehicle for you. Our shipping agent will be in charge of assist you with every step and you will need their assistance in getting the vehicles cleared at port.
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Import Duty Exemptions
Though only new cars can be imported, diplomats are allowed to bring in their used vehicles. The only way you can be exempt from paying taxes and duties is only if you are a foreign diplomat. If you are a diplomat, you will need to provide the proof needed to verify that information. You will not be charged the standard fees for importing a vehicle while you are in Colombia. As a diplomat, for tax exemptions, you will also need to have the following documentation with you:
- Emissions Certification
- Import permit
- Original vehicle title and registration
- Original bill of sale
- Ocean Bill Of Lading
In addition to this list of documents, you will need to provide the registration document that originated from the Foreign Ministry and the diplomatic permit that was issued to you by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. You can also show proof of the import permit that you obtained from the Incomex Institute. Your permits will need to be approved by the Department of Environment and they will then issue you a Quality Certificate for your Vehicle.
Since Ibagué in Columbia is not directly on a coastline so your vehicle will need to be shipped by air cargo directed to the Eldorado Airport. This is the fastest way to get your vehicle and all your personal or household items to the location of choosing. Another way to import your vehicle is a ship which can be directed to the Buenaventura Port in Valle del Cauca in Columbia. Then someone can pick up the car for you or you can do it personally. If you choose to ship your vehicle by way of the ship, the Roll On/ Roll Off method of shipping or container shipping will be the two choices you will have. Your shipping agent from A1 Auto Transport Service can go over these with you. You can contact the Colombian Consulate in USA for more information on the current laws and regulations.
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