Cost to Ship a Car Overseas
Overseas Car Shipping Costs?
How much cost shipping a car overseas?
Typical car shipping cost to Europe and West Africa starts from $750 and runs around $2,000 when you shipping a bigger vehicle like SUVs. If you shipping a car to Australia shipping costs around $2950. To find out exact price in your case please fill out the shipping quote form.
If you shipping a car inside the container along with personal items then price runs around $3,200 for a 20-foot container or around $4,600 for a 40-foot container.
Customers, who use our freight shipping services, using our freight shipping services again and again.
Sims, Waters & Associates, Inc. is licensed, bonded and C-TPAT certified.
U.S. Shipping Ports
Auto movers transport cars overseas from several locations including: Jacksonville, FL; Baltimore MD; Boston MA; Savannah GA; New York NY; Miami FL; Galveston TX; Houston TX; Brunswick GA; Wilmington DE; Bayonne NJ; Newark NJ; Long Beach CA.
Door to Port Transport. How much it cost?
If you living far from the nearest shipping port we can pick up your car and transport to the nearest port.
Depending on the distance from home to a shipping port, the price can start at $100 for a few miles and climb up to $900. Large or oversized vehicles will cost $150-$250 more with an additional surcharge aboard ship. Whichever city you are in, we can transport your car to the nearest terminal for a certain fee.
What documents are needed and cost?
Paperwork needed to ship a vehicle includes two copies of a notarized title, a Shipper Export Declaration form and a Declaration of Dangerous Goods form. We will take care of all the paperwork for you. There is no additional paperwor
Overseas car shipping insurance cost?
Shipping insurance for the vehicle runs 1.5 %-2.5% of the estimated value, or about $300-$500 for a car valued at $20,000. Some individual auto policies cover transport.
Ask us about port of entry taxes in Europe that may cost about 150 euros or around $200 USD. Non-operational vehicles will be charged extra for loading and unloading difficulties.
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