These are off loading and documentation fees are charged by the destination country. Each country differs. Container off loading fees are usually double that of roll-on roll-off fees. If you are ready to go, please fill out our Transport quote form to receive a quote for your move.
You should get an International Driver's License from the AAA Automobile Association in your area; however, your American Driver's License will suffice in Europe. You can drive on your American plates in a foreign country until they expire, when you will be required to renew your plates in the country of residence.
You can designate any person to pick up the vehicle but you must advise us so we can enter his or her name as the consignee when your order is booked. Once your vehicle arrives at the destination port and you decide to charge the consignee there is an additional charge. They will be required to identify themselves with a picture ID.
Yes. If you are Transport your vehicle in a shared container or on it own you will be permitted to pack goods into the car only. These goods are sent under your own risk and cannot be insured. The only time your goods are covered with insurance is when our company packs the container.
Transport containers, which are not air tight, are subject to changing weather patterns. This can result in the growth of moss on your upholstery. To avoid this, we suggest that you cover your seats with a sheet or cloth.
ARRIVAL TIMES ARE NEVER GUARANTEED. Most of the time we at Cobalt Auto Transport are able to provide you expected arrival dates. However, sometimes due to; customs delays, ships canceling their departures, or in the event of lack of enough freight available for consolidated shipments delays can occur.
Please note that returning citizens or foreign buyers may be subject to import duties and taxes. Each and every country has different laws so we urge you to contact the embassy of the respective country to clarify the matter.