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Shipping a vehicle to Pak Kret is a good choice for anyone staying there for an extended length of time, or even going there to reside. When you have your own vehicle, travel is much easier and it allows you to reach a destination on time without dealing with public transportation.
There are going to be many language barriers in Thailand and currency might also be something you are accustomed to. Trying to travel through public transportation can become very confusing and nerve-wracking.
About Pak Kret
Pak Kret is located in Central Thailand near the Chao Phraya River. Home of about 180,000 people, it is a well-loved area and it holds a lot of the country’s history. Pak Kret has a beautiful water front and many reside along the shore.
There is an extensive road network perfect fro travel. Anyone from the U.S. will quickly learn the area. You can reach anywhere outside of Pak Kret with ease.
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Shipping Methods for Vehicles
One must be aware of the requirements that will need to be addressed prior to shipment. It is easy to assume that certain documents such as a license, passport, title and registration, and proof of purchase will be needed. However, every country has its requirements so contacting the Embassy of Thailand will help.
If you would like to ship other belongings along with your vehicle, container shipping might be the answer. The vehicle can be filled with possessions as allowed by Thailand Customs and so can the container. A container can be shared with another individual which will help cut the costs of shipment for you.
RO/RO shipping is the least expensive method of shipping because the vehicle remains empty with the exception of floor mats, a car jack, and a spare tire. The vehicle must be able to drive onto and off of the ship.
One must be present at the correct port at the time the vehicle is expected to arrive. Not all ports accept RO/RO shipping so be certain of the port the vehicle is destined to.