How much does it cost to import a car to Thailand?
Most cars shipped to Thailand from the U.S. cost between $2,400 and $5,900 to transport. Costs can fluctuate based on the size and type of vehicle, as well as the location it’s being shipped from in the United States.
How much is import tax in Thailand?
Thailand’s average bound tariff for non-agricultural products is approximately 25.6%. Thailand levies high tariffs on goods such as: 80% on motor vehicles, 60% on motorcycles and certain clothing products, 54% to 60% on distilled spirits, and 30% on certain articles of plastic and restaurant equipment.
How much is car tax in Thailand?
Tax depends on the make and model of your car and can be between 800-10,000 baht per year. If it is a new car, your car dealer will be able to tell you in more detail how much tax you will be expected to pay.
How is import duty calculated in Thailand?
If the full value of your items is over 1500 THB, the import tax on a shipment will be 7%. For example, if the declared value of your items is 1500 THB, in order for the recipient to receive a package, an additional amount of 105.00 THB in taxes will be required to be paid to the destination countries government.
How do I import a car from Japan to Thailand?
As a guide, here is some of the documentation you will need to fill out and provide in order to import car from Japan to Thailand:
- An original certificate of registration.
- Passport of the importer.
- An invoice or receipt that provides proof of purchase for the vehicle and states the amount paid for it.
- A customs declaration.
Can I take my car from Malaysia to Thailand?
It’s important to note that those entering Thailand will have to prove that they have at least 10,000 Baht per person or 20,000 Baht per family in order to be allowed entry. Malaysians can actually travel visa-free to Thailand but can only stay 15 days if traveling overland.
How do I register my car in Thailand?
Registering a car in Thailand
You will need to take along your passport and proof of address. Typically these will cost around 350 Baht. If you live in Phuket you can only register your car at the Phuket Land Transport office. They issue different forms from the rest of the country.
How do I tax my car in Thailand?
Tax is paid annually at the local DLT office. To make the car tax payment, take the Blue Book and proof of Compulsory Motor Insurance (also known as CMI or Por Ror Bor). Tax rates are based on the age and type of car as well as its engine size, and the amount of tax paid for vehicles up to five years old is fixed.
What is a green book in Thailand?
Greenbook is of course just expat slang. It’s a “vehicle registration book”. Same title in Thai both on motorbike and car registration books. Just that the color for car is blue (“bluebook”).