- Typical Shipping Prices – How Much Does It Cost?
- Cost & Time Examples For Shipping A Car To Philippines
- Popular Shipping Destinations
- Things To Know Before Shipping A Car To The Philippines
- Charges On Philippine Imports And Foreign Shipment - Philippines Car Import Tax Calculator
- Required Documents For Shipping A Vehicle To The Philippines - Shipping Car To Philippines Guide
- Restrictions On Shipping Cars To The Philippines
- Vehicle Possession Restrictions For Car Imports To The Philippines
- Shipping Of Heavy Equipment & Oversized Cargo To The Philippines
- What Are My Overseas Transport Solutions Through A1?
- Other Services
- Related Information & Faqs
Typical Shipping Prices – How Much Does It Cost?
- Generally speaking, it costs between $2,500 and $4,000 to ship a car to the Philippines from the U.S., though there are factors that can push the cost slightly higher.
- One such concern is that there are import taxes when you bring a car into the country, which can sometimes equal or surpass the value of the vehicle.
Cost & Time Examples For Shipping a Car to Philippines
|Los Angeles to (California port) to Manila||$350||$2,300||5+26|
|Las Vegas, NV to (California port) to Manila||$450||$2,300||5+26|
|Portland, OR to (California port) to Manila||$475||$2,300||6+26|
|Columbus, OH to (New York port) to Manila||$550||$2,300||5+41|
|Detroit, MI to (New York port) to Manila||$575||$2,300||6+41|
|Chicago, IL to (New York port) to Manila||$675||$2,300||6+41|
|Denver, CO to (California port) to Manila||$775||$2,300||7+26|
|Memphis, TN to (New York port) to Manila||$800||$2,300||6+41|
|Miami, FL to (New York port) to Manila||$925||$2,300||7+41|
|Dallas, TX to (California port) to Manila||$1,025||$2,300||7+26|
*Prices and times are estimated. They can vary depending on the season and the type of vehicle.
*Save the ground transport cost by delivering the vehicle to the nearest port.
*Allow an additional 10 days to process the documents.
*Prices are for 1 car in a dedicated 20ft container. This is the safest and most reliable way to transport a vehicle internationally. Other items may be included in the container to help save you money when moving.
*Using the RoRo (roll on, roll off) method is less expensive and shipments can be completed in fewer days. Contact us now for a free RoRo quote.
Do you want to export your car to the Philippines? It can be done without a hassle if you know what the process entails.
The largest shipping port in the Philippines is the Port of Manila. The other ports in the country are small and medium-sized shipping ports, such as the Port of Batangas.
Learn more about vehicle registration process in the Philippines.
Popular Shipping Destinations
Things to Know Before Shipping a Car to the Philippines
It is important to note that all vehicles imported into the Philippines are subject to any applicable taxes or duty fees. These are due at the time of import, and you will be required to pay the shipping company these duty fees and taxes before shipping your car.
Charges on Philippine Imports and Foreign Shipment - Philippines Car Import Tax Calculator
If the car is transported in a non-containerized vessel, the import charges are: P$30.55 (per revenue ton).
For transshipment on a Government-owned wharf, the Port Authority applies a single charge per metric or revenue ton. This is payable by the shipping agent. For a car, it would be $0.694 per ton, with a minimum charge of P$10.00.
Next, take note of key documents the car owner must be able to show at customs when the car arrives.
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Required Documents For Shipping A Vehicle To The Philippines - Shipping Car to Philippines Guide
- Import authority permit
- The vehicle owner’s passport (with arrival and departure dates)
- Bill of Sale or valid proof of purchase
- Vehicle registration
- An engine number
- Commercial sale invoice
It is helpful if you are present at the port when the cargo wharf arrives because your car can be searched by customs.
Restrictions on Shipping Cars to the Philippines
If you are wanting to ship a privately owned vehicle to the Philippines, you must first obtain a special import Authority permit. This is available through the Philippine Bureau of Import Service and is only available from within the country.
Only left-hand drive (LHD) vehicles are allowed in the Philippines. Philippine law “RA 8406” strictly bans the import of right-hand drive (RHD) vehicles.
Vehicle Possession Restrictions for Car Imports to the Philippines
Before you are granted this permit, you must have lived outside the Philippines for at least a year. For cars newer than three years old, the car must be in your possession for at least six months before arriving in the Philippines. For cars older than three years old, the car must be in your possession for at least one year prior to import. Cars older than five years cannot be imported to the Philippines.
There is a limit of one car per family in the Philippines.
- Interesting fact: Right-hand traffic was introduced to the Philippines on March 10, 1945. This happened to be the last day of the Battle of Manila. Before this date, all traffic was on the left side. Today, all road traffic in the Philippines is on the right side of the road.
Shipping Of Heavy Equipment & Oversized Cargo To The Philippines
Fulfilling an international transport for heavy equipment or oversized cargo is something that only shipping trained and licensed shipping technicians should be in charge of. The process of transporting such large cargo to another nation includes having reliable, quick access to heavy duty transport equipment and modern shipping technologies. That’s why A1 Auto Transport is here to provide you with a shipping solution.
To ship your cargo to the Philippines through A1 Auto Transport you will need to give us a call first so that you can provide us with some information and details regarding the type of cargo you have to deliver. Once we know more about your cargo and desired shipping needs, we can let you know what your options are. Opportunely, there aren’t many types of heavy equipment and oversized cargo we can’t ship.
Here is a list of examples of heavy equipment and oversized cargo we can transport…
|Farming Equipment||Construction Equipment||Hydraulic Equipment||Paving Equipment||Mining Equipment|
|BackhoesSpreaders||Bulldozers||Hydraulic Units||Reclaimers||Dump Trucks|
|Combine Harvesters||Concrete Pumps||Hydraulic Pump||Motor Graders||Haulers|
What Are My Overseas Transport Solutions through A1?
- The flat rack transport method is particularly useful for transporting large boats, pipes or machinery since they can be loaded from the top or the sides. Your cargo is then secured and placed on top of the ship. This open air service is recommended to those who prefer more security.
- Container shipping is the most secure shipping option and offers the most protection from the inclement weather. Additionally, this our most expensive most option.
- The lift on/lift off method of transport, otherwise known as LoLo shipping, requires the use of a crane to pick up and place your large or heavy cargo on top of the boat. This open air shipping service is mostly suggested to those shipping oversized cargo that’s been crated or for large inoperable vehicles.
- The roll on/roll off method of transport, otherwise known as the RoRo shipping method, is the most affordable option as well as the most popular. Your equipment must be operable and able to use of a ramp to get on and off the cargo ship on its own with someone operating it.