Ship Your Car To Or From Sarpang, Bhutan
Located in the southern region of Bhutan, Sarpang is a town that is located near high mountains, beautiful pastures, and rivers that twist and turns around. It is these views that make this part of the world a big attraction for many tourists each year. The roads are paved and this makes it easy for you to travel in your own private vehicle. Public transportation is available, but you cannot use anytime. That is why when you move from USA, you might want to consider bringing your vehicle with you to get around in Sarpang, Bhutan. Irrespective of whether you are here on a temporary or permanent stay, import of vehicles is done as per the current rules and regulations.
Learn more about shipping to Bhutan.
Shipping Regulations in Bhutan
Leading international shipping service, A1 Auto Transport can help you get your vehicle from the United States to Sarpang, accompanying you throughout this entire process. One important task that you will have is coming up with the proper documentation to complete your request for import. To do this, an agent from A1 Auto Transport Service can get you a list and help you to find the right documents that you will be required to have. They can also help you with understanding the rules and regulations of importing your vehicle. Some of these rules and regulations include:
- Second hand vehicles will only be allowed, if they are being shipped by a foreign diplomat
- Your vehicle will need to be able to pass the emissions test.
In addition, to get the Royal Bhutan auto import license, you will need the following documents:
- Vehicle title
- Vehicle registration
- Photo ID
- Valid driver’s license
This will validate and verify the authenticity of the ownership and vehicle which is mandatory as per laws in Bhutan. There are a few changes that have occurred over the years, when it comes to the rules and regulations involving importing a vehicle from the United States to Sarpang. You can check out these law changes by contacting the Royal Bhutan Revenue and Customs Department.
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Methods of Shipping Car to Sarpang
It is important to note that Bhutan is landlocked country, so your vehicle will need to be shipped to the port at Kolkata, India. You will need to be there when your car is checked in at the port and cleared. If you cannot be there to pick it up, you need to give the Power of Attorney to your agent at A1 Auto Transport Service, so they can pick it up for you.
There are two shipping methods to choose from; container shipping and Roll on/Roll Off. With container shipping, your vehicle is placed inside of a protective container that will keep it safe until it reaches the port. With Roll On/Roll Off, or RORO, your vehicle will be transported on a deck of a cargo ship, where it will be safely tied down to prevent it from moving during transport. Your shipping agent can help you determine which method of shipping is right for you.
For more information on shipping to Sarpang, contact your shipping agent who can help you decide on many of the important concerns and choices you may have. Additionally, you can contact the Consulate of Bhutan in Washington, D.C., United States.
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