Before you start the shipping process you must receive a confirmed quote on export. A confirmed rate is valid for 30 days. If you need to calculate destination charges such as import duties for your countries proceed to step 2.
When shipping a car from the United States you must also take into account the destination charges. They include import duties and taxes, unloading and delivery fees. Because destination charges are different for each vehicle and country, we work with local agents to calculate rates on each import.
Your account manager can help get a full breakdown on costs charged at the destination. Just reply to your confirmed quote and provide information on the vehicle to get a rate on import costs.
However, there are some states which did not issue titles for classic cars. These states are:
If your vehicle originates from any of the above states, and it was never issued a title you must provide a notarized bill of sale.
If you've purchased a car from a salvage car auction, the shipping company will require the Lot, Buyer, and VIN number in order to collect the vehicle. Keep in mind that salvage car auctions will charge you extra for storage if the vehicle is not collected in a timely manner. Read more about what you need to know when picking up cars from salvage car auctions.