Thailand top car exporter to Andorra

Thailand’s Top Car Exporter to Andorra and RHD and LHD countries of Europe, Americas, Asia, Africa and Oceania

Jim is Thailand’s top car exporter, Dubai’s top car exporter, Singapore’s top car exporter and England United Kingdom’s top car exporter and 4×4 exporter, importer and dealer of New 2016 2017 and Used 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000 models of Toyota Hilux Vigo, Toyota Fortuner, Mitsubishi L200 Triton, Nissan Navara, Ford Ranger, Chevy Colorado, Isuzu Dmax, Isuzu MU-7 and other 4×4 pickups and SUVs to the RHD and LHD countries of the world. Jim is also Thailand’s top car exporter to Europe. We are exporting RHD vehicles to RHD countries of Europe and Left Hand Drive vehicles to LHD countries of Western, South, Central, and Eastern Europe as well as to the Balkan Peninsula.

Jim is Thailand’s top new car and 4×4 dealer, importer and exporter. We are exporting to the RHD and LHD countries of Europe including Western European countries as United Kingdom, Jersey, Gibraltar, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Sweden, the Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, Switzerland, Austria South European countries as Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, and Cyprus, Central European countries as Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland; Balkan countries as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Slovenia, Greece; as well as East European countries as Russia, Ukraine, and Romania.

Jim Autos is Thailand’s top new and used car exporter. Jim as Thailand’s oldest and largest auto exporter to the world has served its customers since our founding in 1911 as Asia’s first auto dealership outside Japan with honesty, integrity, superior customer service, price leadership and professionalism,


Thailand’s top car exporter and 4×4 exporter to the RHD and LHD countries of Europe

Jim Autos Thailand is Thailand’s, Singapore’s, England United Kingdom’s and Dubai’s top car exporter, Thailand’s top auto exporter and Thailand’s top 4×4 exporter of Right Hand Drive and Left Hand Drive vehicles to Europe. We established our dominance in export of Right Hand Drive vehicles early on but have been Asia’s top auto exporter to not only Right Hand Drive European countries but also the Left Hand Drive countries of Europe.

Among European countries United Kingdom, Jersey, Ireland, Malta, North Cyprus and Cyprus are Right Hand Drive countries. All other countries are Left Hand Drive countries. Since Thailand is a Right Hand Drive country we can send a wide selection of quality Thailand assembled Japanese and American 4×4 pickups and SUVs to RHD countries of Europe. Our selection of Left Hand Drive is limited to 2009 models of top selling original Left Hand Drive vehicles as 2009 Toyota Hilux Vigo, 2009 Toyota Fortuner, 2009 Isuzu Dmax, 2009 Toyota Camry, 2009 Mitsubishi L200 Triton and 2009 Ford Ranger. We currently only have 2009 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport SUV only in Right Hand Drive but hope to get LHD model soon.

Andorra

Thailand top car exporter to AndorraLandlocked Andorra lies in southwestern Europe on the southern slopes of the Pyrénées Mountains between the French departments of Ariège and Pyrénées-Orientales to the N and the Spanish provinces of Gerona and Lérida to the S, with a total boundary length of 120.3 km (74.6 mi).

Importing a vehicle in Andorra

  • Anyone wishing to import a motor vehicle in Andorra must submit an Administrative Importation Document (DUA) and the original invoice of the vehicle to Andorran customs.
  • In case of a second-hand vehicle the Traffic Division of the Department of Economy of the Principality must be asked for an estimate of the value of the vehicle.
  • Owners of vehicles put on the road in Andorra must pay the IMI – Indirect tax on merchandise, which amounts to 7% of the value of the vehicle.
  • People residing in Andorra are not allowed to import vehicles of more than 3 years old. Exceptionally, someone intending to take up residence in Andorra may be allowed to import a vehicle not older than 5 years or older than 25 years in the Principality of Andorra.

 

Andorra is surrounded by EU but not a part of the European Union

The European Union is composed of 27 independent sovereign countries which are known as member states: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.[22] There are three official candidate countries, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Turkey. The western Balkan countries of Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Serbia are officially recognised as potential candidates.. The Faeroe Islands, Greenland, the Canary Islands, the British Channel Islands and the Åland Islands are not part of the EU customs area. They are regarded as areas outside the EU. There are also some small areas of some EU countries that do not belong to the EU customs area either. The customs rules applying to areas outside the EU are the same as those applying to countries outside the EU.

Bringing vehicles in Monaco

A foreign registered car cannot be re-registered in Monaco unless:

  • the owner is a resident of Monaco
  • the owner has a Monegasque driving licence
  • the car conforms to the legal standards set by the Monegasque authorities

Note: There is an exception to this. A foreigner with primary residence outside Monaco may register their foreign car on the temporary Z licence plate. This is valid for six months and is renewable. 

Vehicle Registration

The immatriculation is a vehicle’s registration. The details of a vehicle’s registration are carried in the Certificat d’Immatriculation (registration certificate). 

Conforming to standards 

Before being able to register a foreign vehicle – motorcar or motorbike – in Monaco and receive the Certificat d’Immatriculation it must conform to the Monegasque road standards. The simplicity of the process can vary depending on make, age and country of origin of the vehicle. Below are the basics of what you could expect to happen.

The process can be far more complicated for modified vehicles. Enquire at the Service des Titres de Circulation.

Vehicles from France

  • Request a certificate of conformity (attestation de conformité) from the vehicle manufacturer or a certified representative. This identifies that the vehicle is of a recognised type in Monaco or in the European Union
  • If the car is more than four years old it will need to have passed a vehicle roadworthiness test (Côntrole Technique) within the previous six months. This checks: vehicle identification, brakes, tyres, emission and noise levels, lights, steering and chassis condition. The vehicle must pass on all requirements
  • Apply to the Service des Titres de Circulation using the registration request form STC/001 (Demande d’Immatriculation d’un Vehicule). A dossier will be opened

The Service des Titres de Circulation must be supplied with:

  • Monaco identity card or Monaco Carte de Séjour
  • Monaco driving license
  • Proof of insurance document
  • Sales document
  • Copy of the attestation de conformité (issued by the manufacturer or their agent)

Additionally for used vehicles:

  • Volet “A” (if bought from a dealer)
  • French Carte Grise (registration document)
  • Certificat de situation (non gage)
  • Côntrole technique certificate if required

Vehicles from the European Union

  1. Take the vehicle’s original registration documents and receipt of sale to the Services Fiscaux (tax office) which will issue a fiscal certificate
  2. Request an attestation de conformité from the vehicle manufacturer or a certified representative. This identifies that the vehicle is of a recognised type in Monaco or in the European Union
  3. If the car is more than four years old it will need to have passed a roadworthiness test (côntrole technique) within the previous six months. This checks: vehicle identification, brakes, tyres, emission and noise levels, lights, steering and chassis condition. Only if it passes on all requirements, will you be given the certificate.
    • Note: the Contrôle Technique must be undertaken by the Centre de Contrôle Technique des Véhicules de Monaco)
  4. Apply to the Service des Titres de Circulation for a Demande d’Immatriculation d’un Vehicule Etranger form. A dossier will be opened.

Supply them with:

  • Monaco identity card or Monaco carte de séjour
  • Monaco driving license
  • Proof of insurance document
  • Sales document or proof of purchase
  • Foreign registration document

Additionally for used vehicles:

  • European conformity certificate or a copy supplied by the constructor or a Demande de Réception à Titre Isolé
  • Statement from the Services Fiscaux
  • Temporary foreign registration document (if applicable)
  • Côntrole technique certificate if required 

Vehicle from a non-European Union Country

  1. Take the vehicle’s original registration documents and receipt of sale to the Services Fiscaux. A fiscal certificate will be issued
  2. Request a certificate of conformity (attestation de conformité) from the vehicle manufacturer or a certified representative. This identifies that the vehicle is of a recognised type in Monaco or in the European Union.
  3. If the car is more than four years old it will need to have passed a côntrole technique within the previous six months. This checks: vehicle identification, brakes, tyres, emission and noise levels, lights, steering and chassis condition. Only if it passes on all requirements, will you be given the certificate.
  4. Apply to the Service des Titres de Circulation using the Demande d’Immatriculation d’un Vehicule Etranger form. A dossier will be opened.

Supply them with:

  • Monaco identity card or Monaco carte de séjour
  • Monaco driving license
  • Proof of insurance document
  • Sales document or proof of purchase
  • Foreign registration document
  • European conformity certificate or a copy supplied by the constructor or a Demande de Réception à Titre Isolé
  • An 846A certificate from the Monaco Customs Office (Services des Douanes)
  • Temporary foreign registration document (if applicable)

Specifically for used vehicles:

  • A Demande de Réception à Titre Isolé must be produced.

It should be noted that if a used vehicle cannot be identified through a European conformity certificate then an Attestation d’Identification à un Type National or an Attestation d’Identification à un Type Communitaire needs to be obtained from the constructor or the constructor’s representative in France

Temporary Registration

Série Z vehicle registration applies to the vehicles (cars, scooter and motorbikes, caravans) of people not resident in Monaco or France. 

Série TT (Transit Temporaire) vehicle registration applies to vehicles of people not resident in Monaco or the EU. 

Documents required include:

  • a completed form STC/002
  • passport
  • driving licence
  • proof of vehicle insurance
  • Proof of address (rental contract, or in the case of TT registration, a signed attestation from the owner of the accommodation – hotel or other)
    • To download the form to register a Z or TT vehicle: Click here (PDF) 

Special Cases

The foreign registration documents are required for used vehicles from Italy:

  • The libretto
  • The foglio complementare
    • or
  • The foglio complementare annotated with cessazione di circolazione
  • Photocopy of the libretto

The foreign registration documents are required for used cars from Germany:

  • The Fahrzeugschein
  • The Fahrzeugbrief
  • A document from the German consulate in Marseille certifying the lifting of the official duty
    • or
  • The Fahrzeugbrief
  • The Abmeldebescheinigung
  • The Internationaler Zulassungschein

Further Information

  • Service des Titres de Circulation
    At: 23 Avenue Albert II, B.P. 699, MC 98014, Monaco CEDEX
    Tel: 98 98 80 14
    Fax: 98 98 40 36
    Contrôle Technique switchboard – Tel: 98 98 21 63
    Open: 09:00–17:00 Monday to Friday (the cashiers office closes at 16:30)
    e-mail
    Website
  • Customs (Douanes Françaises)
    At
    : 6 Quai Antoine 1er, MC 98000 Monaco
    Tel
    : 97 97 02 30
    Fax: 93 30 20 56
  • Fiscal Services
    At: Le Panorama, 57 rue Grimaldi, 98000 Monaco
    Tel: 98 98 81 21
    Fax: 98 98 81 55
    Open: 09:00-12:30 and 13:30-17:00 Monday to Friday

 

EU Import Rules

Duty structure and rules are the same as in the EU with the exception of VAT rate.

European Union Tariff Rates

Motor vehicle imports from non-EU and non-EFTA countries are subject to common external tariffs (CET) that range from 5.3 to 22 percent.

  • Passenger Cars: 10%: passenger cars 12.5%: electric-motored cars
  • Trucks: The CET for diesel- and gas-engine trucks is either 11 or 22 percent, depending on the vehicle engine capacity.
    • 11%: diesel or semi-diesel trucks with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters and below; gas-engine trucks not exceeding 2.8-liter engine capacity
    • 22%: diesel or semi-diesel trucks with an engine capacity exceeding 2.5 liters; gas-engine trucks exceeding 2.8 liters
    • Dump trucks are subject to either a 6 or 17 percent duty, depending on engine capacity
    • 6%: dump trucks with an engine capacity of 2.5 liters and below 17%: dump trucks with an engine capacity exceeding 2.5 liters
    • All trucks made specifically for the purpose of transporting highly radioactive materials are subject to a 5.3 percent CET.

EU’s Single Internal Market (“EC-92”) and the Type-Approval Directive

The EU’s single internal market became official on January 1, 1993. Part of the “EC-92” effort includes the initiative to remove technical barriers to the free movement of products within the EU. The program’s greatest impact on the automotive sector has been in the area of standards. The EU Commission has attempted to harmonize automotive technical and environmental standards between the member states. EU legislation also covers noise and particulate emissions, as well as safety. For example, as of January 1, 1993, all motor vehicles in the EU must have a catalytic converter.

In addition, the EU’s type-approval directive (EU Council Directive 92/53) eliminates the need for national type-approval requirements by establishing one set of rules for automobiles and their parts throughout the EU. This directive aims to clarify the type-approval procedure for motor vehicles, separate technical units (i.e., trailers), and components. It simplifies the documentation, designates the type-approval number on a separate technical unit as certification of conformity, and defines vehicles, separate technical unit(s), and component(s). Certificates of conformity, as specified in Annex IX of EU Directive 92/53, will be required in order for an automobile to enter into service. For component approvals, an approval issued under relevant regulations of the U.N. Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) is recognized as equivalent to an approval granted under comparable EU legislation.

In March 1992, the EU Council formally adopted the few remaining pieces of component-related legislation necessary to make whole-vehicle type approval a reality for passenger cars. In June 1992, EU member state officials approved the adoption of EU legislation creating a single system for certifying that passenger cars meet safety and other technical requirements. The legislation established a EU type-approval system to replace the twelve member state national schemes.

In 1996, the EU type-approval system became mandatory. Vehicles with EU type-approval can be marketed anywhere in the Community. Therefore, a vehicle need only receive type-approval certification in one EU country to be accepted in all other member countries. To receive type-approval, products may either be brought to a testing facility or manufacturers may opt to maintain their own approved, on-site equipment. Nevertheless, U.S.-and EU-origin automobiles must still be certified to this single set of rules by an authorized member state agency. A similar system was adopted for type-approval of two and three wheeled vehicles, and became effective on January 1, 1994. Should you need further information or would like to obtain these addresses, please contact the Department of Commerce: European Union Affairs Office at (202) 482-5279.

Value-added taxes (VAT)

As part of the establishment of the single internal market, the EU member states have also begun to harmonize their VAT rates into a narrow band of approximately 15 percent. Until that time, VAT rates are country-specific, and in some cases, sector-specific; the rates fluctuate between standard, reduced and luxury VAT rates. However, standard VAT rates are generally applied to vehicles throughout the EU. EU VAT rates currently range from 15 to 25 percent. VAT rates for each EU member are listed below:

VAT Rates

Country VAT Country VAT Country VAT
Austria 20% Greece 18% Poland 22%
Belgium 21% Hungary 25% Portugal 19%
Cyprus 15% Ireland 21% Slovakia 19%
Czech Republic 19% Italy 20% Slovenia 20%
Denmark 25% Latvia 18% Spain 16%
Estonia 18% Lithuania 18% Sweden 25%
Finland 22% Luxembourg 15% United Kingdom 17.5%
France 19.6% Malta 18%
Germany 16% Netherlands 19%

 

Information for private individuals – Importing a Private Vehicle from Thailand into France and French Dependencies as Martinique, Guadeloupe, Reunion

“Private vehicles” mean, for the purpose of this article:

  •  motor cars principally designed for the transport of persons (including station wagons, house trailers, motor homes, trailers and semi-trailers),
  •  motorcycles (including mopeds), that are subject to licensing formalities and imported by an individual for his or her private use.
  • For other types of vehicles (motor cars principally designed for the transport of goods – such as pick-up trucks -, special purpose motor vehicles, vintage cars, etc…) other rules and regulations apply.

I. Normal clearance procedure 

Subject to the exemptions listed under II, III and IV below, foreign made vehicles imported into France (i.e. non-European Community), whether new or used, attract Customs duties, depending on the origin of the vehicles, and, all vehicles imported into the country, irrespective of their origin, are liable to value added tax (VAT) at the uniform applicable rate of 19.6%.

The following countries are members of the European Community/Union:

Austria (excluding Liechtenstein), Belgium, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark (excluding the Faroe Islands and Greenland), Estonia, Finland, France (including Monaco and the Overseas departments of Guadeloupe, Guiana, Martinique and la Réunion, but excluding Andorra, the Overseas territories of French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Wallis & Futuna, as well as the territorial collectivities of Mayotte and Saint Pierre & Miquelon), Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy (excluding San Marino and the Vatican City), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain (excluding Ceuta & Melilla and the Canary Islands), Sweden, the UK (including the Isle of Man but excluding the Channel Islands and the British Dependent Territories).

When the vehicle is imported directly into France from Thailand, Customs duties and VAT will be collected at the port of entry by the French Customs & Excise Service.

When the vehicle is shipped to France via another Member State of the European Union:

 Customs duties (levied at a uniform rate throughout the European Community) will have been paid at the port of entry into that State: only VAT will, therefore, have to be paid in France. It will not be collected by Customs but by the French Internal Revenue Service, the local tax collector (“receveur des impôts” );

 the vehicle will have moved to France from the port of entry in-bond (under the external Community transit procedure, i.e. under cover of a “T1” declaration), in which case, both Customs duties and VAT will have to be paid when the vehicle is cleared with the French Customs & Excise Service.

Applicable rates
Origin of the vehicle (1) Origin of the vehicle (1)
Duties/ Taxes A country tied to the EC by a trade agreement A country which is not tied to the EC by a trade agreement (2) Assessment
Customs duty Free or reduced duty rate, depending on the provisions of the agreement automobiles: 10% motor homes: 10%
motorcycles: 9%
house trailers: 5.3%
trailers: 5.3%
The value of the imported vehicle (3), duty excluded, plus , where applicable, the cost of transport and insurance to the place of introduction into the EC and the value of any equipment, material or component incorporated in the vehicle
VAT 19.6% 19.6% The value of the imported vehicle (3), duty and tax excluded, plus, where applicable, Customs duty and incidental costs

(1) country where the vehicle was made. Note: if the vehicle was manufactured in the EC but had been previously exported to a third (non-EC) country, it is deemed, when re-imported, to have been made in that third country, and is therefore subject to the applicable duty rate;

(2) such as Thailand, Canada or the US;

(3) the value, duty and tax excluded, is assessed as follows:

 you have a commercial invoice: the value will be the “transaction value” tax excluded, mentioned on that invoice, provided it is the price actually paid for the vehicle. For a secondhand vehicle, the invoice must be replaced by a seller’s certificate showing the actual purchase price and signed by the present owner;

 you have no commercial invoice nor seller’s certificate: the value will be assessed:

 either in conformity with standard values for new and used cars available in publications equivalent to the Blue Book in the US (Argus; Red Book; Sport Auto; Caravane-Camping-car; Officiel du Cycle et du Motocycle, etc…) if your vehicle is not sold in France or with the French Argus if the car is sold in France;
 or, failing that, by reference to the manufacturer’s selling price of your vehicle or of similar vehicles.

 Customs may deduct from this assessed value certain amounts – variable according to the type of vehicle and the publication used as the reference – to take into consideration the depreciation of the vehicle.

How to process your import through Customs?

You will need to submit to Customs at the French port of entry the following documents:

 foreign (i.e. Canadian or US) registration of the vehicle;

 a commercial invoice, where applicable;

 a T1 declaration (consisting of copies #4, 5 and 7 of the single administrative document – or SAD) where the vehicle has been imported through another Member State of the EU and has been sent in-bond to a French port of entry; this declaration must be submitted, in principle, to the French Customs office “of destination” entered in box #53 of the declaration, and always within the time limit prescribed by the Customs office “of departure” (in the other Member State of the EU); note that in-bond transit in the EU under a T1 declaration is usually covered by a guarantee;

 where the vehicle is imported directly from the country where it was manufactured and if this country has concluded a trade agreement with the EC, a movement certificate EUR.1, so that you may be eligible for the free or reduced duty rates as defined in the agreement.

After clearing Customs, you will be handed a copy of the import declaration, a receipt, as well as a customs entry certificate (“certificat de dédouanement”) #846 A.

WARNING

Once the vehicle has been cleared through Customs, you are under a strict obligation to apply for its registration under a French domestic license plate. You should complete this formality without delay and, in any case, within 4 months of importing the vehicle into France.

You should get in touch with your local “préfecture” for more information. But bear in mind that you will not be issued a French license plate unless: – you submit the customs entry certificate #846 A or, if you have paid Value Added Tax to the French Internal Revenue Service (“Direction Générale des Impôts”), a certificate of intra-Community acquisition (“certificat d’acquisition”) issued by the local tax collector;

– you have the vehicle’s conformity to French safety and environment standards checked by the local “direction régionale de l’industrie, de la recherche et de l’environnement” (DRIRE). Almost all vehicles purchased outside France are not manufactured to comply with French standards and will require modifications, sometimes of an expensive nature. You are particularly advised, prior to shipping the vehicle to France, to check with the manufacturer in Canada or the US the kinds of modifications that will be required to bring the vehicle in conformity with French standards. Nonconforming vehicles must be exported. After the expiration of the 4-month time limit, they may not be driven in France with the foreign license plates.

For more information on the changes you will have to undertake you can contact one of the DRIRE (addresses on the website: www.drire.gouv.fr)

Failure to comply may result in severe penalties.



II. Special clearance procedure for those moving house

If you move house to France on a permanent basis (as distinct from a seasonal resident) and you had been living outside the European Union for the last 12 months prior to your arrival in (or return to) France, you may import your vehicle free of duty and VAT, provided you meet the following conditions:

 it is not a commercial or industrial vehicle;

 you have been the actual owner it for at least 6 months prior to exporting it to France;

 you have paid all applicable internal taxes in Canada or the US when purchasing it (which normally excludes cars owned by diplomats, for instance, unless they prove that they have paid those taxes);

 the vehicle is specified in the comprehensive list in duplicate, signed and dated, of all the goods you are moving to France, with the identification of its value, make, model and serial number, where applicable.

How to proceed?

You must submit to Customs at the port of entry:

 the above-mentioned list in duplicate of all the goods imported into France (in one or more shipments) as part of your moving;

 any justification that you have been a permanent resident of a third (i.e. non-EC) country, such as Canada or the US, for the last 12 months, and that you are establishing residency in France.

Note: vehicles once registered with a French domestic license plate and exported when moving abroad may be returned duty and tax free when you move back to France on a permanent basis.

When the vehicle is cleared in Customs, you will receive:

 a copy of the list endorsed by Customs;

 a customs entry certificate (“certificat de dédouanement”) #846 A.


WARNING

1. You may not sell or rent or otherwise dispose of the duty and tax exempted vehicle within 12 months after import;

2. Your vehicle is subject to registration at the local “préfecture” under a French domestic license plate and to conformity checks by the local “DRIRE” in the same conditions as those described under I above.


III. Special clearance procedure for tourists

If you are a Canadian or US resident and you are visiting the European Union as a tourist, you may temporarily import a private vehicle duty and tax free.

Who qualifies as a tourist under French Customs law?

Anyone who does not stay in the European Union more than 185 days in one calendar year and who does not enter the EU with a view to immigrating or to finding a paid job, even on a short-term basis.

What kind of vehicles may be temporarily imported by tourists?

Tourists are allowed to import the following vehicles (not more than one in each category):

 motorcycle;
 passenger car;
 trailer;
 semi-trailer;
 house trailer;
 motor home.

Tourists may drive with their own Canadian or US license plates and with their own personal driver’s licenses, provided they comply with the driving minimum age requirement in France of 18 and they have a valid insurance. Those vehicles do not have to meet the French safety and environment standards.

What conditions apply to vehicles imported temporarily by tourists?

  •  they cannot be used by French residents;
  •  they must be for your personal use and should in no way be sold, rented or otherwise disposed of in France;
  •  temporary admission is granted for a period of six months starting from your arrival in the EU;
  •  all such vehicles must be exported when the six-month time limit has expired.

Note: repairs carried out on the vehicle in France are liable to VAT (non-refundable).

IV. Other special clearance procedures

They are available to trainees, interns, individuals sent on secondment as well as to students in French schools and colleges.

One vehicle only may be temporarily imported duty and tax free, at the following conditions:

 it must have been subject, in Canada or the US, to the applicable domestic taxation (i.e. regularly licensed in those countries);
 it should be only for your personal use during your stay in France;
 it should not be sold, rented or otherwise disposed of in France;

you should hold a Canadian or US driver’s license (and be at least 18 years old) and a valid Canadian or US insurance.

The vehicle does not have to comply with the French safety and environment standards.

The temporary admission is granted for a maximum period of twelve months (trainee, interns, seconded individuals) and for the entire duration of the studies (school or college). The application must be documented with Customs at the port of entry with the temporary employment contract, the letter of acceptance of the internship, the certificate of enrollment at school or college, where applicable.

Note: Customs will usually require the posting of a bond or another security.

 

Martinique is not a part of CARICOM Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM):

Member states: Antigua & Barbuda, The Bahamas (member of the Community, not the Common Market), Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Kitts-Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad & Tobago; associate members: B.V.I. and the Turks and Caicos;

Observers: Anguilla, Dominican Republic, Netherlands Antilles, Puerto Rico, Suriname, and Venezuela.

On June 30, 1993, most member states reduced the automobile tariff from 45 percent to 35 percent. The Bahamas, Montserrat, St Kitts-Nevis and Antigua and Barbuda did not adopt the tariff reduction. The Community were supposed to reduce this rate to 20 percent by 1998, with truck tariffs remaining at 10 percent. It is unclear which members actually adopted this change. Belize will implement all tariff reductions two years behind other members, and the Bahamas will continue to maintain its own tariff schedule of 50 percent for automobiles. Customs surcharges, stamp taxes, and consumption taxes vary between countries, but most fall within the 40 to 100 percent range. For the most up to date information please contact the customs office of each individual country.

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South Europe Spain, Portugal, Italy, Malta, Cyprus Spain largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Portugal largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Italy largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Malta largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Malta largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand
Central Europe Austria, Czech Republic, Hungary,
Poland, Slovakia, Switzerland
Austria largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Czech Republic largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Hungary largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Poland largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Slovakia largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Switzerland largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand
Balkan Peninsula Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
Croatia, Slovenia, Greece
Albania's largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Bosnia Herzegovina largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Bulgaria largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Croatia largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Slovenia largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Greece's largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand
Eastern Europe Russia, Ukraine, Romania Russia largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Ukraine largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand Romania largest 4x4 Vigo exporter importer Thailand

We are Thailand’s top car exporter to Asia, Thailand’s top car exporter to Europe, Thailand’s top car exporter to the Americas, Thailand’s top car exporter to Africa and Thailand’s top car exporter to the Pacific. No matter where in the world you are and whether your requirement is Right Hand Drive car or 4×4 or Left Hand Drive car or 4×4, Jim Autos Thailand, its used car division Jim 4×4 Thailand and its Dubai division Jim Autos Dubai are ready to serve all your automotive needs. In our 100 years proud history we have exported to over 100 countries in the world and continue to add new customers while not forgetting old customers and old countries. We have an 80% repeat and referral business rate, a testament to our superior customer service, honesty, great quality, great selection, great pricing and great speed of delivery. Thailand’s top car dealer, Thailand top car exporter and Thailand’s top 4×4 exporter is ready to serve you from either its Thailand or Dubai offices.

Exporting from Asia can be tricky as auto exporters and car exporters are dime a dozen. The stereotype of used car salesman is universal and based on some truth. With the advent of Internet the crooks have come out of the woodworks to separate the innocent from their money, Thailand is no exception. Caveat emptor – buyer beware – maxim has been heeded by businessmen since the time of the Ancients but it is most relevant when all it takes is a DSL modem, a nerdy kit with some HTML skills to put together a website, some Images (Pics) taken at your competitor’s lots and you are in business. We have seen a parade of newbie auto exporters come in, offer great deals for a year or so perpetrating an elaborate Ponzi scheme and then disappear with millions of dollars of their customers very hard earned money. Will you trust a company that has been in business for 1 year or one that has been in business for 100 years and is well respected not only all over Asia but also beyond Asian boundaries. If someone offers you a deal that sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Not all new entrants are crooks but there are some who in their quest for the fast buck wants to cut corners at the expense of the customer. When you work with Jim you have the peace of mind to know that we have been voted Thailand’s most trusted dealership and Thailand’s most trusted auto exporter five years in a row and it is for this reason that we have over 80% of the auto exporting market share in Thailand.

Jim Autos Thailand, Bloomstar, Yasir, Jim 4×4 and other divisions of our parent company the Jim Group of Companies account for over 90% of Thailand auto exports to European nations.

Thailand’s top Car exporter to the world

We are not Thailand’s, Singapore’s, England UK’s and Dubai’s top car exporter because we are the oldest but because of our unwavering commitment to customer service, honesty, integrity, professionalism, great prices, great selection, great quality and quick delivery. Jim is a family-owned and family-operated dealership and we have been in business since 1911. Email us now at jim12cars@gmail.com to obtain your vehicle of your choice. Take a look at our selection of 4×4 vehicles to take your pick.

We are Thailand’s top car exporter to Asia, Thailand’s top car exporter to Europe, Thailand’s top car exporter to the Americas, Thailand’s top car exporter to Africa and Thailand’s top car exporter to the Pacific. No matter where in the world you are and whether your requirement is Right Hand Drive car or 4×4 or Left Hand Drive car or 4×4, Jim Autos Thailand, its used car division Jim 4×4 Thailand and its Dubai division Jim Autos Dubai are ready to serve all your automotive needs. In our 100 years proud history we have exported to over 100 countries in the world and continue to add new customers while not forgetting old customers and old countries. We have an 80% repeat and referral business rate, a testament to our superior customer service, honesty, great quality, great selection, great pricing and great speed of delivery. Thailand’s top car dealer, Thailand top car exporter and Thailand’s top 4×4 exporter is ready to serve you from either its Thailand or Dubai offices.

Thailand’s top New 2016 2017, nearly new 2011 and used 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 Toyota Vigo and used 1999, 2oo0, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 Toyota Hilux Tiger and used 2004, 2005, 2005, 2007 and 2008 Toyota Hilux Vigo dealer, importer and exporter

Jim Autos Thailand is Thailand’s largest auto exporter: we are Thailand’s largest Toyota Hilux Vigo exporter and export all types of vehicles from cars to sedans to pickups to SUVs to 4x2s and 4x4s to Trinidad and other parts of the Caribbean. Toyota Hilux Vigo is our largest pickup export in T&T followed by Mitsubishi L200 Triton, Nissan Navara, Chevy Colorado, Ford Ranger, Isuzu DMax, Mazda BT50 among others. Our top SUV export to Trinidad is Toyota Fortuner followed by Isuzu MU-7. We ship to over 100 countries in the world. Email us now at jim12cars@gmail.com for your Vigo of choice. If you are looking for Toyota Landcruiser, Toyota Prado, Toyota Hilux Surf, Mitsubishi Pajero and other pickups and SUVs from our Dubai office in Right Hand Drive or Left Hand Drive please email our Dubai office at jim12cars@gmail.com now..

Pickups are among world’s popular 4×4 vehicles and Jim Autos Thailand is Thailand’s largest and oldest pickup and SUV exporter.

Toyota Hilux Vigo remains our best selling and top selling 4×4 pickup. If you are looking for Toyota Hilux Vigo 4×2 or 4×4 or single cab Toyota Hilux Vigo, extra cab Toyota Hilux Vigoand double cab Toyota Hilux Vigo, Jim Autos Thailand is the place.

Deal only with Trustworthy companies

Jim Autos Thailand is a fully owned division of the Jim Group of Companies. We are Thailand’s oldest and largest auto exporter and we are only one of the two auto exporting companies with any automotive experience. We have been in the business for the past 100 years with a 80% repeat and referral business thanks to our expertise, honesty, high quality, low price and quick delivery among others. Please check what some of customers have to say about us in our Testimonials page and top twenty reasons our customers have cited for doing business with us.

If you are looking for a diesel pickup or sports utility vehicle then Jim Autos Thailand is the exporter of choice of thousands of dealers in Asia, Africa, Europe, Pacific and the Americas. We provide top quality 4WD and 2WD pickups and 4×4 and 4×2 pickups and SUVs direct from the manufacturer Toyota, Mitsubishi, Nissan.

We were the first to export Toyota Hilux Tiger out of Thailand as we were Thailand’s first auto exporter. We were also Thailand first auto exporter to export Toyota Hilux Vigo out of Thailand. Our Toyota Vigo prices can not be beaten! No one can beat our Toyota Hilux Tiger pricing, or our Mitsubishi L200 Triton, or Mitsubishi L200 Strada, Nissan Navara pricing. Our prices for all pickups and SUVs are the cheapest. We have Toyota Vigo 4WD double-cabs in stock as well as all other top selling pickups and SUVs and available for immediate shipping anywhere in the world.

 

 

 

Warning: Since such regulations are subject to change without notice, Jim Autos Thailand, its sister companies or its parent company The Jim Group of Companies, cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other detrimental events resulting from non-compliance

 

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