One of the larger cities in Comoros, Mirontsi is located in Anjouan region in Comoros. If you have been planning to move here for a short-term or are a returning citizen, you need to ensure that you have your own means of transportation.Thus, it is best to contact A1 Auto Transport service to transport your car from USA to Comoros. With well-maintained roads, traveling around the city is easy but taxis are expensive.
Thus, it is best to contact A1 Auto Transport service to transport your car from USA to Comoros. With well-maintained roads, traveling around the city is easy but taxis are expensive.
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However, as with any import, it is important to have all of the related paperwork and documents which have to be submitted in advance. Not just the U.S Customs, but a complete set is required by the Comoros Customs department. The documents include:
- Registration certificate.
- Clear Title deed (no liens).
- Proof of Ownership.
- Certificate of Freight Transit air.
- Current insurance policy.
- Passport of the owner.
- International driving license.
- Work visa for Comoros or residency permit.
As per the requirements, apart from these documents, you are required to notify the U.S Customs about the impending export. After the clearances are given, you can do the needful. The Customs need the documents at least 3 to 4 days before the shipment. The Comoros Customs will verify the documents before the car arrives at the port.
Usually, the total cost of shipping to Comoros ranges from $1500 to $4500 which isn’t much when you look at the convenience of having your own vehicle. Buying a new car in Mirontsi isn’t a viable option as imported cars are very expensive. Additionally, though the amount mentioned is large, you can get a free quote on the import of your vehicle from A1 Auto Transport. In most of the cases, the method of shipment, distance traveled, and type of vehicle is important considerations.
With decades of experience, A1 Auto Transport service has been shipping vehicles to different countries, including to Comoros. Offering a plethora of assistance and help during the process, we ensure safe delivery of vehicles. Most of the laws related to auto shipping change with time and that is why it is good to get in touch with Embassy of Comoros for the latest news on the regulations. Comoros has 1% to 25% VAT on the vehicles and 5% to 20% import duty to calculate the tax cost on the vehicle. The value of the vehicle, shipping and freight charges are considered for evaluation.
Comoros Freight Methods.
Though you have the option of transporting the vehicle by air, it is overly expensive. However, it is important that you look into ocean-bound freight shipment which is more affordable. You can select from Roll-On/Roll-Off and container shipping. When you compare the two methods, RORO is cheaper because you only have to pay for parking in the bay. However, as the car is secured in place on the deck, it is exposed to varied weather conditions. While the Container shipping method is more expensive as your vehicle along with any other personal goods that need to be transported. Additionally, all of this is packed within large twenty or forty feet containers. To know more about the services we offer, call A1 Auto Transport service today.
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