When planning an international move that involves the transportation of a vehicle, there are certain restrictions that apply.
Each country has its own restrictions and requirements when it comes to shipping a vehicle. In some cases, it may even be prohibited to import a car, which means you won’t be able to bring your car along for your international move.
These are some of the more notable restrictions:
Certain countries may also have restrictions on the milage or value of the car. It’s always best to check with the consulate, customs office, or shipping agent at destination when shipping a car as part of an international move.
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