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When selecting an auto transport company to ship your vehicle overseas, there are many factors to be considered. It is imperative that you ask a lot of questions about document handling and insurance claims. Depending on your destination, you may need special documents and insurance. You may need the lien holder’s permission to export a vehicle if there is any type of lien recorded on the title. International shipping usually requires multiple copies of the title of ownership. Some U.S. ports may require a Bill of Sale or a notarized Bill of Sale. When shipping a new vehicle overseas, you must obtain an original Certificate of Origin, and Bill of Sale from the dealership. U.S. Customs may require other personal documents that may or may not be returned.
If you were looking for the most economical way to get your vehicle to another country then going by ship would be your choice. It can take 30 to 60 days, but the cost discount makes it more feasible to the general public.