Importing a Vehicle

  1. Searching for Your Vehicle
  2. Enquire
  3. Pay
  4. Shipping
  5. Receive your Vehicle

1. Searching for Your Vehicle

The site www.tradecarview.com is used by many to search fro vehicles. This site allows vehicle sellers to list the vehicles they sell, and so making it easy for you to go through the list and choose the vehicle you want.

There are many other websites that sells vehicles online. Gari Yangu we insist on using www.tradecarview.com because we believe it is much safer na it is likely for you to find the vehicle you want at a reasonable price.

Sometimes there are fraudulent companies in www.tradecarview.com, but they are removed as soon as one person reports a theft case. And so the likelyhood of being coned is smaller compared with other sites that are new to you where the seller is the owner of the site, and many people can be coned before the seller goes into hidding. And also if you do business with a company that has been in www.tradecarview.com for more than one year, you are assured that it is very unlikely to be coned by them.

Please visit www.tradecarview.com. Make enough time to search for your dream vehicle.

Vehicle Price

Prices you see there are labeled FOB. FOB stands for Free On Board. This is what you pay the seller and includes the cost of transporting it to the port for shipping.

The price that you want to know is CIF, which stands for Cost + Insurance + Freight. This price includes FOB, insurance for the vehicle while being transported and shipping cost. This is the total amount you will pay your seller so that they can transport the vehicle to your port. And this is the price TRA will be using when calculating taxes that you will have to pay.

Once you see a vehicle you might want, the next step is to contact the seller so that he/she can tell you the CIF for the vehicle.

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