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Car Shipping from New Zealand to Australia

Submitted by willship on Sun, 09/04/2022 - 20:32

There are a number of factors to consider before you book a car shipping nz to Australia. First, you need to secure a vehicle import permit. To do this, you need to get an approval from the Department of Infrastructure. Once you have received the approval, you will need to file an import declaration and pay the customs duty and taxes. In addition, you will need to apply for quarantine inspection and identification plate approvals.

Bringing Motorhome from UK To NZ Using RORO Shipping

Submitted by willship on Sun, 09/04/2022 - 20:28

Roll On Roll Off shipping is an option for those who need their automobile to arrive at its new destination within a certain time period. This method of shipping is faster than standard container shipping, which is based on an estimated time. When booking RORO shipping, you should ensure that you provide all necessary information. This includes your name and address, government identification, and passport. Your vehicle should also be thoroughly described. It’s made, model, year, and estimated value should all be provided.

Motorcycle Movers NZ - Tips for Bringing Motorhome from UK To NZ

Submitted by willship on Thu, 08/18/2022 - 04:09

When moving to a new country, you'll want to use the services of a motorcycle mover. They'll know how to safely and securely transport your bike from one place to another. While it may sound like a simple process, you have to know the rules of the road before you send your motorcycle overseas. These tips will help you avoid possible mishaps when motorhome shipping your bike. You'll also have a lot more peace of mind knowing your bike is safe during transit.

How To Import A Motorbike From Japan To NZ

Submitted by willship on Thu, 08/18/2022 - 04:05

If you are in the market for a used motorcycle, you should consider buying it from a Japanese importer. Japanese bikes are usually more in excellent condition than those from other countries, and are generally more close to standard. Although many Japanese bikes were restricted in the 1980s, many of them have since been deregulated. You should check the service history, as owners often fail to keep records. For example, a big bike with a power limit of 180 km/h may not be worth much when it has reached NZ.

How to Get the Cheapest Bike Transport NZ

Submitted by willship on Thu, 08/18/2022 - 03:52

When you're planning to move to New Zealand, you need to know that importing a bike is not an easy task. However, there are several ways to transport a bike safely and effectively. The first thing you should do is get the Motocycle Pre-Shipment Checklist. It is extremely important that you have the correct documentation in order to import a Bike Transport NZ. Listed below are the main factors that you should consider when shipping a bike to New Zealand.

Importing A Caravan into New Zealand

Submitted by willship on Tue, 07/26/2022 - 02:16

Caravans are a labour of love. They consume space, time and even some of your earnings; however, they pay you back with months and weeks of travel each year. If that adventure takes you to a foreign destination and you cannot return home, what should you do? Many caravanners opt to lease a caravan place, but if you are planning to take your caravan with you or importing a caravan to New Zealand, here's the process.
Caravan Importing Process-
Overseas Caravan Purchasing

Find Out an Easy Way of Importing a Car into New Zealand

Submitted by willship on Tue, 07/26/2022 - 02:11

Suppose you're planning for importing a car into New Zealandas a new resident or returning home. In that case, shipping vehicles to NZ is typically a "no brainer" due to the numerous GST (Goods and Taxes on Services) or compliance exemptions you can avail of. Importing vehicles to New Zealand has never been simpler.
Importing a car-

Compete Guide on Motorbike Shipping

Submitted by willship on Tue, 07/26/2022 - 01:56

If you're on holiday, either immigrating or coming back home, you may be thinking about carrying your motorbike along or motorbike shipping.
Importing a motorbike permanently.
We're certified by the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) to be able to certify imports of light vehicles for personal use.
For a motor vehicle (car or camper, van or motorbike shipping) to be allowed to be used on New Zealand roads, there are several prerequisites to be met, broken down into five stages.


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