Bhutan Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Bhutan Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

Bhutan Import Regulation for Japan Used Cars

 

Year Restrictions
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Destination Port
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Time of Shipment
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Vessel Schedule
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Shipping Line
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Inspection
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Inspection:

The Vehicle fitness test must be done before or on the date of expiry (which is the same with the Vehicle renewal date).

Failing to renew on or before expiry date shall be imposed a penalty of Nu.50 per day.

Vehicle fitness is considered to be one of most important work of the Transport Authority to insure that the car is safe to drive and is in good condition to run without any problem for both self and other road users.

RC Renewal and Motor Vehicle Fitness fees.

 

 

Vehicle Registration:

Only new vehicles can be registered. Second Hand/used vehicles registered in another country cannot be registered in Bhutan.

 

Duties & Taxes:

Engine CC Customs Duty Sales Tax Green Tax
Up to 1500 cc 45% of CIF 45% of CIF 10% of CIF
1500 cc to 1799 cc 50% of CIF 50% of CIF 15% of CIF
1799 cc to 2500 cc 50% of CIF 50% of CIF 20% of CIF
2500 cc to 3000 cc 50% of CIF 50% of CIF 25% of CIF
Above 3000 cc 100% of CIF 50% of CIF 30% of CIF

Note: Electric Cars are Tax Free.

 

 

 

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