Burundi Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Burundi Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Japan Used Car Import Duty / Regulation in Burundi

 

Year Restrictions
No Age Limit
Destination Port
Dar ES Salaam
Time of Shipment
RoRo (24-34 Days)
Vessel Schedule
RoRo (Monthly)
Shipping Line
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Inspection
Not Required

 

Shipping Ports :

Burundi being a land locked country depends mainly on the ports Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania and Mombasa in Kenya for the import of used cars from Japan.

 

Left Hand Drive (LHD):

Burundi uses left-hand drive vehicles, but right-hand drive vehicles are also permitted.

 

Age Restrictions:

There are no age restrictions on the import of used cars in Burundi, thus Burundians are fortunate to receive Japan used cars without any age restriction.

 

Inspection Required:

The Burundians are also exempted from any sort of inspection restriction. This facilitates the people to import cars without the requirement of getting any inspection certificate from authorities like JEVIC, JAAI or Intertek.

 

Documents Required:

The main documents required while importing the used cars in Burundi are as follows :-

  • Original Registration Card
  • Copy of Passport
  • Original Purchase Invoice
  • Original Bill of Lading showing chassis number, engine number, cubic capacity, year of manufacture, brand and model.

 

Duties and Taxes:

The duty rates applicable on cars in Burundi are as follows:

  • Diplomat 1% handling charge
  • Vehicle more than 10 passengers 15% CIF
  • Tourism vehicle between 40% and 100% CIF
  • Handling 4% CIF value
  • Transactional tax 17% of (CIF + duties + handling)

 

 

Shipping method into Burundi

1. Containerized

Container shipping for transporting your car is the safest way to get your vehicles to Burundi.

 

2. Ro/Ro (ROLL ON ROLL OFF)

The most affordable method for transporting cars overseas. A Ro/Ro vessel has a ramp which opens up to allow the cars to be driven into the vessel.And in it your cars locked and secure for any Damage.

 

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