Kenya Used Car Buyers.
Kenya Used Car Market Information
- FAQ information in kenya
- Stock method and
- Auction method.
- Find the reliable supplier
- Select the car.
- Send the Inquiry to supplier.
- Negotiate with the supplier.
- Send the request for Performa statement.
- Place the order for delivery.
- Transfer the full payment to the supplier account.
- Registration for to create the membership account.
- After complete the membership form to login and searching for your favorite car and bid the car.
- After bidding, you will require to deposit the bidding.
- After deposit the amount, you can choose your preference car.
- After that translate the car inspection cost.
- You will quote the winning bid price.
- If the bidding is successful, an invoice is sending you with full costs including insurance and freight to Mombasa.
- After receiving the invoice you will transfer the full payment.
- During the whole process, you will be updated on the progress via email
- Vehicles have to be less than 8 years can be imported into the country.
- Vehicles have to be Right Hand Drive. (Emergency units that are left hand drives can be allowed if they satisfy import requirements)
- Both RO/RO & Container shipping services accepted
- Vehicles need to be inspected by Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Center (JEVIC).
- Insurance needed Original documents that are needed for clearing a vehicle at the port:
- Certificate of Permanent Export or Vehicle Registration Document.
- Bill of Lading.
- CIF Invoice.
- Import Declaration Form obtained from Customs.
- Authentic Original Logbook from country of origin.
- The vehicle must not be more than 8 years old from the year of first registration Import License Fee is payable on CIF.
- Hence in 2013, only vehicles which are manufactured in the year 2006 and onwards will be allowed for import Commercial Tax.
- All vehicles imported to Kenya must right hand drive (RHD) except for special vehicles such as ambulance and fire engine. li>
- All vehicles must undergo car inspection done by JEVIC (Japan Export Vehicle Inspection Centre) before being shipped to Kenya
- Global Container Lines
- Ignazio Messina & Co
- Mediterranean Shipping Co
- P&O Nedlloyd east Africa Ltd
- Wec Lines Kenya Ltd
- Age Limit: In 2013 only vehicles manufactured in the year 2006 and onwards will be allowed to be imported into Kenya
- Left Hand Drive Vehicles: All left hand drive vehicles are not allowed for registration unless they have a special purpose
- Road Worthiness: All motor vehicles imported into Kenya must be inspected prior to shipment by JEVIC or QISJ for road worthiness.
01 What are ways by which to Import used car into Kenya? Ans. In Japan there are two way for import the vehicle in Kenya such as 02 How to import the used vehicle in Kenya through stock method? Ans
Use the following steps.
03 How to import the used vehicle in Kenya through auction method? Ans
Use the following steps.
04 How To Calculate Freight charges to import any Japanese Used Vehicles into Kenya? Ans
FREIGHT = M3 OF VEHICLE X M3 RATE IN US$
Size of Toyota Corolla Fielder = 11.4 M3
Freight Charges = US $90 per M3
Calculation will be 11.4 x 90 = 1026
05 What are the documents required to import vehicle from Japan to Kenya? Ans
There are following document are require-Car import requirements:
06 What is used vehicle Import Law in Kenya? Ans
Vehicle Import Law in Myanmar-
7 What are major ports in Kenya? Ans Mombasa is the major port in Kenya and the entire Eastern African coast. 8 Who are the shipping Lines in Kenya? Ans
There are given shipping lines of Kenya
9 What document are require to importer, when import the used car in Kenya? Ans 10 What is year Limit of used car which import in Kenya? Ans When importing a used vehicle to Kenya, one must consider that the vehicle should be not older than 8 years. 11 Does Road worthiness Inspection is require in Kenya? Ans Yes, the Road worthiness Inspection is not required in Kenya. The Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has appointed JEVIC for the conduct of the pre-export Roadworthiness Inspection (RWI) of used motor vehicles from Japan and Dubai, destined for use within the Republic of Kenya. 12 What is Drive and Traffic Direction in Kenya? Ans It is important to know that the traffic flow might be right or left. So, vehicles are manufactured in left-hand drive (LHD) and right-hand drive (RHD) configurations based driving seat and controls within the vehicle. Drive direction is the opposite of the traffic flow direction. 13 The Vehicle Stock which is purchased for Kenya is based? Ans All stock which purchased for kenya is based on the Japanese used car auctions.