Ship Your Car To Or From Montero, Bolivia
The city of Montero is situated about 50 km from Santa Cruz in Bolivia. It has grown rapidly in the last few years. Since the city focuses on agriculture, it has developed into an important center of trade and business in the region. Irrespective of the reason of your short or long stay in the city, if you intend being independent and moving around at your own time, it helps to have your vehicle with you.
Price of Auto Shipping
If you want to bring your car with you when you come to Bolivia, you will first want to know how much it is going to cost you. The general quote for a basic transport from the United States to Bolivia runs between $2200 and $4600. It’s important to keep in mind that there are many factors that will change the final cost of this import. In addition, your transport service agency will also offer options that you can choose which can affect the total. A-1 Auto Transport Service has been in business for over twenty years and they know what it takes to get the vehicles imported to any country. They can also offer you additional services such as door-to-door service as well as door-to-port. Since 2008, Bolivia doesn’t allow any vehicle that is used over the age of four. There are also no trucks, buses, or commercial vehicles that are older than six years in the country.
Relevant Shipping Information
Since there is no coast line in Bolivia, your vehicle will need to be shipped directly to another port such as Iquique or Arica in Chile. Once your vehicle reaches one of these ports, A1 Auto Transport Service will then ship the vehicle over to your new location.
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It’s up to you to make the arrangements for your vehicle to be transported from the port to the new location. Your shipping agent at A1 Auto Transport Service can assist you with making these arrangements. Another option that will affect your final price of auto shipping is the method of shipping that you select. You can choose from the basic Roll On/ Roll Off shipping method or you can go with the container shipping method instead. With the Roll On/ Roll Off, your vehicle must be cleaned out completely with the exception of the spare tire, the tire jack, and spare keys. You will only be allowed to leave one-fourth tank of gas inside the vehicle. It’s important to remember that Roll-On/ Roll Off is not a protected method of shipping so you will need to determine if your vehicle can make it without being protected for the duration of the trip.
Documents for Car Shipping
It is your responsibility to gather up and make copies of all the required documents you will need on this route. You will need:
- Technical report
- Registration of the vehicle
- Proof of insurance
- Purchase invoice
- Description of your vehicle
- Certificate of Origin
You will need to provide proof that the vehicle belongs to you and any and all documents will need to be provided in order to provide proof. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency will also need to see these documents before your vehicle can leave the port in the United States. It is best to take care of this prior to your import date so you know that everything is cleared and ready.
Once your vehicle reaches the port, you will need to pay all duty that is due for your vehicle to be cleared in customs and released to you or your shipping agent. You can contact the Embassy of Bolivia located in the United States for further questions.
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