New Taipei is located in the country of Taiwan. It is the most populous city in the country and it consists of most of the island’s northern coast. It is full of nightlife and attractions, and many come to reside here.
Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and home to many beautiful waterfalls, there is a lot to do in New Taipei. If going there to reside or stay for employment or study, one should consider having a personal vehicle shipped. This will allow them to travel the entire island with ease.
What Are the Shipping Methods to Choose From?
There are several options for shipment. Air shipping is one of them, but with its high price and the fact that Taiwan is surrounded by bodies of ocean, there is no reason to pay such money for vehicle shipment. Below you will find the two best options for vehicle shipment.
- RO/RO shipping is the least expensive method and it consists of having your vehicle shipped by boat. The only items allowed in the vehicle include a spare tire, a car jack, and floor mats. The vehicle must be drivable so tat it can drive on to and off of the ship.
- A container method is a great option for anyone who would like to ship other items to New Taipei too. The container can hold a vehicle as well as other belongings. The vehicle can also be filled. While this method of shipping is a little pricier than the RO/RO method, the container can be shared with another individual to ease the costs.
Make sure that you are present on the day your vehicle is due to arrive at a port in Taiwan. Not all ports accept the RO/RO shipping method so please be aware of what port you must be at.
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Requirements That Must Be Fulfilled
When you have decided to ship a vehicle to New Taipei, contact the Embassy of Taiwan for further information. They will have all of the current policies available to you. However, below you will find the requirements as well. It is still always wise to contact the Embassy of Taiwan to make sure they haven’t changed.