Can I put anything in my car?
The good news is if you are planning on moving to the United Kingdom and want to go with a shared container, or a dedicated container, then yes.
A lot of our clients choose to make the most of the space in their vehicles when moving to the United Kingdom from Australia. Why wouldn’t you? You are paying for space so you might as well make the most of it.
There are two types of containers, and generally speaking, you can get yourself a shared container or a dedicated container. The sizes of a dedicated container are either 20ft or 40ft, so you can always put more things into the container if you are doing a big move.
We don’t deal with house moving, but we will happily empty your car for you once it arrives at our premises.
Unlike other shipping companies, we are also registering your car – so feel free to leave things in there whilst we get the compliance, modifications, and registration sorted.
You’re more than welcome to pick up anything you want though.
Can you ship a car that still has outstanding finance?
We would recommend paying off the finance entirely beforehand. In most cases, a finance company won’t let you export the car unless the balance has been paid.
Equally, it can cause issues during the registration process.
When do you have to pay us?
We take an upfront 60% deposit.
Anything extra that is required is payable at the end of the process.
It’s an easy system that ensures we have enough to cover the booking of your shipping.
Once we have registered the vehicle we request the remainder of the balance.
Can you help with classic Australian cars?
There is no doubt that Australia has some really fantastic examples of motoring heritage.
Classic cars from Australia are from a more temperate climate, they are a collector’s dream.
No rust, no rot.
Not to mention the 5% historical tax rate for classic imports.
We can handle the entire process with the utmost care.
We’ll even happily do any remedial work once your classic Australian car arrives in the UK.
You don’t have to MOT classic cars, but it’s recommended.
The car does still have to be road-worthy!
We deal with a plethora of imports from around the world but we’ll always love an Australian classic car.