Yes. Please read the terms and conditions refund policy
Your money is safe with us. You are depositing money only into our Bank account .You will be given a proper receipt and you have the deposit slip too.
Yes. You can.
Please read terms and conditions
Yes. We can arrange.
We arrange leasing facilities even when the vehicle is overseas to open the LC and to pay the tax
After we purchase the vehicle the vehicle can be delivered from JAPAN in average 3-5 weeks.
From Australia 6- 8 weeks, From Europe 6-8 weeks
If it is decided by the customs, Yes you have to.
Yes you can. Please see our warranty page.
When you are importing a vehicle you are paying some big amount of money to a foreign country .As there is a risk of paying out of your money, the safest and only legal method of paying for your vehicle is Letter of credit .The letter of credit will be issued by your bank.
The required amount of money that is needed to pay to your seller will be blocked in your account and your money will be sending only to your seller once your vehicle arrives in HAMBANTOTA port.
FOB is a pricing term that pertains to the total cost of the vehicle, along with transportation, insurance and loading costs from the manufacturer’s location to the port of departure In the exporting country .
CIF is inclusive of the price of the vehicle, the insurance cost during delivery and the shipping freight. The seller pays the freight and the cost of shipping the vehicle from the port of delivery to the port of destination. However, the risk of either vehicular damage or loss, along with extra fees, is transferred to the buyer after the time of delivery.
There are several important points you need to remember.
|#||Description of Vehicle||Specifications||HS Heading||Age Limit (Years)|
|1||Road Tractors (Prime Movers)||87.01||5|
|3||Buses (10-12 passengers, including Driver)||87.02||3 ½|
|4||Buses (13-24 passengers, including Driver)||87.02||5|
|5||Buses (25 and above, including Driver)||87.02||10|
|8||Sports Utility Vehicles (Jeeps)||87.03||3|
|9||All-Terrain Vehicles (Beach Bikes)||87.03||3|
|10||Dual Purpose Vehicles (Vans)||87.04||4|
|16||Lorries/ Trucks||GVW Less than 5MT||87.04||4|
|17||Lorries/ Trucks||GVW above 5MT||87.04||10|
|18||Refrigerated Trucks||GVW less than 5MT||87.04||4|
|19||Refrigerated Trucks||GVW over 5MT||87.04||10|
|20||Milk Bowsers||GVW less than 5MT||87.04||5|
|21||Milk Bowsers GVW over 5MT||GVW over 5MT||87.04||10|
|22||Garbage Trucks GVW less than 5MT||GVW less than 5MT||87.04||5|
|23||Garbage Trucks GVW over 5MT||GVW over 5MT||87.04||10|
|25||Mobile Drilling derricks||87.05||7|
|26||Fire Fighting Vehicles||87.05||7|
|27||Concrete Mixer Lorries||87.05||10|
|30||Concrete Pump trucks||87.05||10|
It is a document of proof issued by the shipping line or airline to say that they have received a good to deliver to a specified destination.
The consignee is the recipient stated on the B/L. The consignee is fully responsible for picking up the vehicle after delivery.
In addition to the requirements to be fulfilled in importing a vehicle in to the country, as explained before, you must make sure that: