Documents Required when importing a car in Zimbabwe

Documentation Required When importing a car in Zimbabwe The following documents are required to be produced on importation:- Invoice/agreement of sale Police clearance – SARPCO Certificate (when imported from a country in Southern Africa Export bill of entry and supporting documents Registration book (in the case of used motor vehicles) Selling commission Brokerage Storage Handling Documentation Freight (up to the […]

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Valuation of Cars when importing vehicles in Zimbabwe

Valuation of Motor Vehicles By Zimbabwe Customs The valuation of motor vehicle as with the other goods is in accordance to Part X of the Customs and Excise Act [Chapter 23.02]. ZIMRA reserves the right to accept declared values or in some cases, reject the declared values when the declared values do not reflect a bona-fide open market value. This […]

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Duty Free Concession when importing a car in Zimbabwe

Duty Free Concessions – Travelers Rebate When importing in Zimbabwe Individuals who personally import their vehicles are entitled to the travellers rebate if they qualify for such. The effect of this is that the determined value is reduced by usd300.00 to give the effective value for duty purposes. It should be noted that there is no aggregation of the traveler’s […]

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Zimbabwe to allow import of used vehicles older than 5 years

Zimbabwe government will allow import of used vehicles older than 5 years The Zimbabwe Government has indefinitely suspended the ban on used car imports that are five-years-old and above while the importation of Left-Hand-Drive vehicles will not be allowed from November 1, 2011. The bans are provided for in Statutory Instrument 154 of the Road Traffic Act. No Left-Hand-Drive vehicle […]

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