Ship Car To Port-de-Paix
Port-de-Paix is a beautiful coastal town in Haiti with many spectacular beaches and tourist locations throughout the city. For many years the city was a large exporter of coffee and bananas although in the last decade new business and corporations have been springing up in manufacturing and industrial fields. The city is a beautiful, family oriented area that is excellent for Ex Pats from the United States as well as travelers from around the world to relocate to. In 1902, the city was destroyed by a large fire, but since that time they have steadily been rebuilding and advancing not only economically, but also with exquisite modern architecture and roadways being refurbished each year.
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Public Transportation Warning!
While there has been an improvement to the road conditions, you will need to know that it is very seldom that you will see a street sign and many of the roads are still made of nothing but dirt or sparse gravel. There are also very few working traffic signals and people do not follow the right of way rules as they do in America. You will want to learn the traffic behaviors prior to driving, and will always want to drive cautiously in the city as traffic can be very unpredictable and chaotic. While Port-de-Paix has public transport, it is most definitely not the type that people are used to in the United States and other countries around the world. Moto-taxis and buses do run, but they are very unreliable sources for transportation. The Embassy of Haiti recommends that people, especially foreign visitors and new residents, do not use the public transport at all because it can be dangerous.
Access to Reliable Automobile Transport.
Luckily, in the United States you will be able to have access to a reliable, professional automobile transport company to take care of relocating your motor vehicle to Port-de-Paix for you. A1-Auto Transport has been shipping cars to locations around the world for 20 years and can take care of shipping your car safely and securely. From arranging pick-up and delivery to the shipping port to delivery when the car reaches Haiti, your car will be in professional hands throughout the entire voyage overseas. The representative that handles your shipment will explain the contents of the shipping contract, shipping insurance and what needs to be performed to ready your car for overseas transport. They will gather information about your car as well as some personal identifying information and a signed release giving permission to relocate the car for you.
Modes of International Automobile Shipping.
When shipping a motor vehicle to Port-au-Paix, the best route to take is by sea, although some will also ship by air as well. The most commonly used mode of international automobile shipping is an open shipping method called Roll/On Roll/Off, also known as RORO. This simple method of transport allows cars to be driven onto the ship, secured in place and then driven off the ship when it reaches the port for Port-au-Paix, Haiti. RORO is the lowest priced form of transport available for shipping cars and is used by millions each year. If you need to ship household goods or if you have an expensive luxury car, you may prefer to ship with a shipping container instead of using RORO which is an open form of transport. Shipping containers are sealed for extra protection during transport overseas, ensuring that your automobile and other items stay secure for the voyage.
Rules You Must Comply With.
Regardless of what you do in life there are always rules to comply with and importing a car to Port-au-Paix is no exception. Import regulations demand that taxes be paid for duty fees as well as general automobile taxation when shipping a car overseas. Customs has document requirements that must be complied with in order to pass the customs clearance. You will need to have your passport or Visa, motor vehicle title, bill of sale or commercial sales invoice, and if a private, non-governmental business, a tax exemption form that has been approved to waive duty taxes. Taxes are required on shipping fees as well as the automobile value at rates up to 20% for cars valued over $2000. If you are a tourist importing a car you will also need to pay a 10% tourist tax. For more information on customs regulations you can check with U.S. Customs. They can also provide you with travel advisories, national security updates for travelers and information on mandatory paperwork for customs.