New Zealand is a popular destination for trailers and campers from the United States. In order to fit a trailer or camper into a shipping container, it must be 91 inches or less in width. Wheels, arches and fenders can be removed if required. We suggest requesting exact measurements from the seller to ensure it will fit before purchasing the camper. Because transporting campers and trailers nationwide is expensive, we suggest location them near major export ports like the port of Oakland and New York/New Jersey.
When your vehicle arrives at the port in New Zealand, you will have a local agent there to guide you on all import procedures. The agent will accept the container, truck it to their facilities for unloading, clear import customs, fumigation, quarantine cleaning, and provide any necessary modifications required for local road use.
Agent are also available to provide suggestions on temporary imports and cargo insurance for New Zealand.
Download the NZ Import Guide to get answers to your questions about importing a car to New Zealand.
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New Zealand is one of the top importers of American muscle cars and pick up trucks. Some of the most popular models imported are the Mustang, Camaro, Corvette, Challenger and Charger. There is also demand for American pickup trucks such as the F150, Ram, Dodge, GMC and Chevrolet.