Otjiwarongo is located in the Otjozondjupa region within Namibia. It is the district capital of Otjozondjupa which is the Otjiwarongo electoral constituency. It is located in the central – north end of Namibia, close to the TransNamib railway.It is the largest business center for the Otjozondjupa Region. It is situated on B1 Road and it links the Golden Triangle of Otavi, Grootfontein, and Tsumeb, as well as the Etosha National Park together. It is becoming a fast growing town.
It is the largest business center for the Otjozondjupa Region. It is situated on B1 Road and it links the Golden Triangle of Otavi, Grootfontein and Tsumeb, as well as the Etosha National Park together. It is becoming a fast growing town.
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If you are relocating here, you know that it can be a very tedious process which can take many hours of your time. Shipping a vehicle can be done even in the most complex of countries. If you want to avoid the complexity of importing, you may want to hire a reputable company like A1 Auto Transport Service to assist you in transporting your vehicle in a hassle-free way. They know the rules and regulations of Namibian Customs and Excise department and will abide by these rules the entire time.
Importing rules are very clear from the beginning so you must be aware or discuss with A1 Auto Transport Service aware of the simple yet tedious process. As the import rules are clear and straightforward so it’s important that the process is followed. You will need to make sure that you have all the legal paperwork which you are responsible for obtaining. These documents include:
- Passport and international driving license.
- Original vehicle invoice.
- Registration paperwork.
- Four copies of import permit.
- Original Lading Bill.
- Three copies of the P1.160 and NA 304 forms.
Before you can begin the process of shipping your vehicle to Otjiwarongo, Namibia, you will need to have the permit to import. You will need to submit the documents listed above and submit them to customs prior to your shipping date. The officials are going to release the vehicle when you can provide proof that your vehicle is yours and you issued the import. Your vehicle will be with you once you reach Namibia.
You will need to obtain the vehicle license so you will need to submit the entry bill that is properly stamped by customs at the Motor Vehicle’s Department of Namibia. If you are delayed in obtaining the paperwork needed from customs, then you may be able to provide provisional payment and release the vehicle. You will need to pay 16.5% tax and 20% duties. When this complete, you will then receive a refund for the payment you make. Importing the vehicle that is duty-free is allowed for each family along with a 15% associated tax. For two years after you have completed the import, you will not be able to sell your vehicle. Residents who are temporarily in the country will not have to have an import permit.
The common ways of shipping your vehicle to Otjiwarongo is Roll On/ Roll Off and container shipping. The Roll On/ Roll Off shipping method is the most affordable shipping method while the container shipping offers the most protection. The shipping option you choose will be available when exporting from ports located in Los Angeles, Savannah, and New York.
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