Ship Your Car To Or From Katima Mulilo, Namibia
Situated on the Caprivi Strip Katima, the town of Mulilo, is the capital and administrative center of the Zambezi Region in Namibia. The nearest Namibian town is Rundu which is about 500 kilometers away. There is also a village – Bukalo and it’s about 40 kilometers east of Katima Mulilo.
Learn more about car shipping to Namibia.
Relocation can be rather tedious and when you have to go ahead and move the vehicle overseas, you will need to know how to do it properly. It is important to find the most affordable way to go ahead and complete this process. You need to make sure to hire A1 Auto Transport to ensure that all international laws as well as regulations are met. We have been in the business of international auto shipping for more than 20 years and understand the complexities of the process. You can be sure of getting excellent customer care and support as we understand the process and laws of Namibia. From picking your vehicle from your doorstep to shipping it, getting the customs clearance and delivering it to your new address in Katima Mulilo, we’ll do it with ease.
Specifications for Vehicle Import
There are quite a lot of specific regulations which must be followed for anyone needing to export any type of vehicle to Namibia. We are set to guarantee the safety of the vehicle as well as the overall legality of the transfer. As long as you have the necessary documentation and you’ve gone through the required paperwork, you can easily export the car to Katima Mulilo or to any other city in Namibia. Some of these documents include:
- Import permit
- Purchase invoice
- NA 304 and P1.160 forms in 3 identical copies
- Original Bill of Lading
- Registration of the vehicle
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You need to ensure that you have the permit before you initialize the procedure. This permit alongside all of the documents and paperwork needs to be presented to the customs official. This is going to allow the official to actually check whether everything is alright and in order. South Africa is one of the most expensive areas to ship a car from and Namibia is not an exception. Most of the vehicles which are shipped to the area from the US cost between $3000 and $7000 in terms of transportation. As Namibia does not have its own auto industry, buying an imported vehicle here might be a more expensive option.
Keep in mind that there is a certain delay in the stamping and it might be required for you to make a provisional payment right towards the releasing of the vehicle. This particular payment is usually around 20% of the duties and about 16.5% of the taxes. It’s going to be refunded as soon as the situation has been rectified.
You can import only one vehicle per family duty-free. There is a 15% tax which is going to be applied to this particular vehicle. You also need to keep it under your ownership for at least 2 years after the import.
There are three ports from which you can ship your vehicle to the country. They are in Savannah, New York, and Los Angeles. You need to keep this in mind when you decide how as well as when to ship the vehicle as you are going to be required to meet certain shipping costs which are in-state and international. If you have any further questions, you need to contact the Embassy of Namibia in Washington, DC.
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