Niger Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Niger Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Japan Used Car Import Duty / Regulation in Niger

 

Year Restrictions
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Destination Port
Cotonou
Time of Shipment
34-46 Days (RoRo)
Vessel Schedule
Monthly (RoRo)
Shipping Line
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Inspection
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Shipping Ports:

Despite having no ocean or deep draft river ports, Niger does operate a ports authority. Niger relies on the port at Cotonou (Benin), and to a lesser degree Lomé (Togo), and Port Harcourt (Nigeria), as its main route to overseas trade.

 

Left Hand Drive:

Left Hand Drive vehicles are allowed to be import in the country.

 

 

Documents Required:

  • Passport (copy)

  • Certificate of title (original)

  • Purchase invoice (copy)

  • Driver's license

  • International insurance policy

  • Original bill of lading (must show chassis number, engine number, cubic capacity, year of manufacture, brand and model)

  • Vehicle log book

 

Duties & Taxes:

  • Vehicles are subject to heavy duties and taxes in Niger - expect to pay up to 57 percent tax based on the weight, value age and power of your vehicle. You should check with your Destination Agent for the latest duty information and requirements.

 

 

 

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