Kayseri is a large industrial city in Central Anatolia of Anatolia. It is the administrative hub of the Kayseri Province. Nestled in the foot of the Mount Erciyes volcano, the city has plenty of employment opportunities. If you are moving here on a short-term basis or on a long term basis, it is essential to have your own vehicle.
You would have to hire a professional auto transport company to begin the transportation company as it’s going to assist you with the procedures surrounding the export of the USA the route for the import into Turkey and doing so legally. You are going to have to provide the company with some basic information and it should give you a quote of the entire endeavor once you set out to choose a shipping method. The agent should provide you with all the necessary information surrounding the process along with the necessary documentations in order to ship your vehicles overseas successfully.
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Required Paperwork by your Shipping Agent.
- Power of Attorney.
- Driving License/passport.
- Social Security Number.
- Title deed.
- Insurance documents.
You are going to need the Power Of Attorney in case you don’t plan on being present at the port at the time your vehicle arrives. This would allow the company to have your car picked up and delivered to you. This is also going to allow your shipping agent to make all the necessary arrangements without bothering you with them instead.
There are two general shipping methods to get your car transported internationally when it comes to water-bound transportation. The first one would require you to drive your car manually on its own wheels on a shipping deck located at a freight ship. The car is then going to be fastened and secured and transported afterward. This is the so called RoRo shipping method and it wouldn’t allow you to transport any kind of personal belongings with your vehicle. In fact, you’d have to strip it off and leave only the car jack, floor mats and spare tires inside. The second type is the Container shipping which is more expensive as you will get a private container and you can fill it in with all your belongings. This is, of course, more expensive and slower than the first method but it offers a lot of value if you have a lot of goods to ship. For any further information, you might want to contact the Embassy of Turkey in Washington, DC.
Customs in Kayseri.
All countries have specific regulations regarding the import and Turkey is no exception. In fact, the legislation is rather stringent and some policies might be hard to adhere to. You can ship your car to Kayseri as a temporary or a permanent resident and you won’t be allowed to go for the latter if you aren’t a Turkish citizen. Temporary imports are allowed for up to 180 days. If you want to go for a permanent import you need to show proof of school and work that you’ve retired from. There are documentations which are going to be required:
- International Driver’s License.
- Insurance and title.
- Work or School Visa and Residency Permit.
You also need a Blue Card issued by the Turkey Touring and Automobile Association.
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