Presentation on theme: "Vanuatu Car Registration"— Presentation transcript:
1Vanuatu Car Registration Tax-Free VehicleRegistration
2Why register in Vanuatu? No import duties payableNo purchase tax payableNo VAT or Stamp Duty payableSpecial Vehicles can be registeredLow annual feesPersonalised plates availableTrailers, Small Trucks and Motorcycles can be registeredAdded privacyVehicle can be registered under company name
3What are the requirements? Invoice for the VehicleRegistration Certificate, if previously RegisteredProof of 3rd Party InsuranceRoad Worthiness Certificate or mechanics letterColour Photo of VehicleColour Photo of OwnerCopy of Owner’s Drivers LicenseCopy of Owner’s PassportCompleted Application Form:IMPORTANT...Originals of Vehicle documents are required, copies no longer accepted. All documents can be returned to you.
4How to RegisterFirst, fill the order form here: . (at this stage we can discuss any queries including payment options and fees).Submit payment to us via agreed method.Send all required application documents and forms to our office in VanuatuInform us by to that documents have been sent and include any courier tracking informationAwait confirmation that documents have been approved by the Vanuatu Authorities.Advise us of delivery address for registration documents and plates.
5What do you receive?Once the registration is complete, you will receive by courier, one Registration Card, one Registration window label, and two Vanuatu License Plates. The plates are unique and will be the talk of many who spot them.You may also request a second set of plates, or request that your plates are made to a certain size or style. Such requests can usually be accommodated with only a small additional fee, however you will need to check with us for exact prices.It should be noted that the window label that you receive, is for the current year only and must be renewed each and every January for the life of the registration.FOR MORE INFOPlease advise us if you have any special requirements for delivery of your items.
6Sample of Registration Plate Standard Vanuatu Plate
8Label to affix on inside of car window Sample of Window LabelLabel to affix on inside of car window
9Frequently Asked Questions Q. How do I arrange Insurance?A. We do not provide assistance with insurance, but we do recommend clients to contact insurance companies and advise that the wish to insure the vehicle based on the chassis and or engine number only.Q. Do I have to send my original documents?A. Yes, you must send original documents, EXCEPT your Driver License and Passport. If you require any of the original items back, you must advise us and we will return the documents, together with the Registration items.Q. Can I request a specific registration number?A. Yes, however numbers are limited to two characters, followed by 4 digits and many sequences are not allowed. Please send us details of the plates you would like and we will check if it is possible.Q. When Must I renew my registration?A. All Vanuatu Registrations Expire on 31 December, regardless of the first date of Registration. This means that you must renew your registration each and every January, in order to receive the current year’s Window Label. It is not possible to receive the next year’s window label until January of that year.
10FAQ’s ContinuedQ. How do I register to a Company?A. You can register your vehicle under any foreign or local company name, provided that you are authorised to do so. You will need to supply company documents such as a Certificate of Incorporation. The same identification requirements exist, however the identification should be that of the Company Director, or person authorised to act on behalf of the company.Q. Can I transfer ownership of the vehicle?A. Yes, you must complete a Transfer of Owner document that is available through us. The Transfer document must be sent to us, together with the full identification of the new owner, as was required upon initial registration. There is a small fee involved, plus delivery costs.Q. Can I cancel my registration at any time?A. Yes, if your vehicle is stolen, you should contact us immediately to cancel your registration and avoid any tickets or fines incurred by the thief.For General information about Vanuatu, please see:FOR MORE INFOPlease contact us by to