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Here are some tips that will help you to import a caravan from Australia

Submitted by willship on Mon, 11/28/2022 - 21:03

Accurate information about the caravan's dimensions (length, width, and height), as well as whether the overseas seller will offer delivery of the caravan to the exit port for loading, or a reputed transport company can arrange collection, is one of the most crucial factors in determining the cost of the import of a caravan. The size of the caravan will determine how it is transported; smaller pieces are containerized, while bigger ones are transported on flat racks.

What you need to know about cheap NZ car Transport

Submitted by willship on Tue, 11/08/2022 - 20:12

There are many different factors to consider when transporting a vehicle overseas. You want to make sure that it is safe and will arrive at its destination in the same condition as it left. A professional transport company can ensure that your vehicle meets all these requirements. Vehicle transport companies also offer insurance and finance options. These can be a great way to ensure that you get the most out of your vehicle transport.

The Shipping of cars From the UK to New Zealand

Submitted by willship on Tue, 11/08/2022 - 20:02

If you are moving to New Zealand, you should know that car shipping to New Zealand is quite expensive. However, compared to shipping to other countries, it is comparatively cheap. Before you decide to ship your car, consult with your employers and see which services are offered. Besides, there are some special requirements for the shipment of cars.

Bringing Motorhome From UK To NZ

Submitted by willship on Tue, 11/08/2022 - 19:55

The number of motorhome owners in New Zealand is growing, and many are interested in selling their motorhomes privately. Buying a motorhome Shipping second-hand is a great way to get your own vehicle, but there are some things you should know before making the purchase. First, you should know that importing a motorhome is likely to cost more than buying from a dealer, and you should be aware of any warranty issues that may arise.

Things you need to know for shipping a car into New Zealand from US or UK

Submitted by willship on Tue, 10/18/2022 - 01:42

It is well-known fact that New Zealanders love their cars. New Zealand has one of the highest car ownership ratios in the world. The number of light passenger vehicles per 1000 people in New Zealand is over 800. However, New Zealand has a population of around 5 million which also limits the local availability of different models and brands of cars compared to countries with a higher population.

How to Manage Your Car Imports & Exports Using the Online Car Shipping Port

Submitted by willship on Tue, 10/18/2022 - 01:32

Import and export regulations differ from country to country. It's important to know the import regulations in your country to avoid unexpected costs. Fortunately, there are several options that can make your car import and export process more hassle-free. If you're not sure what the import rules are, consult with a car shipping uk to nz. They can provide insight on these regulations and help you avoid any unexpected charges.

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Things you need to know about motorhome and car shipping New Zealand

Submitted by willship on Sat, 09/24/2022 - 04:41

A motorhome can be defined as a box on wheels which can accommodate people as a living space. The motorhome is mounted atop a vehicle chassis. The size of a motorhome can vary from 25 feet to as long as 45 feet in length. It is generally equipped with a generous storage space. It also comes in a wide variety of chassis options.

Importing a car into New Zealand is easier than you think

Submitted by willship on Sat, 09/24/2022 - 03:53

The recent trends in New Zealand car imports are showing a clear inclination toward electric vehicles. According to the published statistics, there has been a 300 per cent rise in the import of fully electric vehicles from the year ended March 2021 to the year ended March 2022. Importing a car into New Zealand offers a wide variety of choices from across the world for the Kiwi consumer. However, the growth was not limited to the import of electric vehicles.

Few insider tips about the importation process for cars and motorcycles from New Zealand to Australia and USA to New Zealand

Submitted by willship on Sat, 09/24/2022 - 03:40

While New Zealand has imported a record number of vehicles in the past year, Australia does not really encourage importing vehicles. Australian laws and legislations regarding the importation of cars and motorcycles into the country are guided by strict policies which discourage the import of cars and bikes. The exception made to the aforesaid policies is under Australia’s Personal Import Scheme and Specialist and Enthusiast Vehicle Scheme.


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