KDG Cars For Sale in Namibia
What is KDG Car?
A car, or an automobile, is a motor vehicle with wheels. Most definitions of cars say that they run primarily on roads, seat one to eight people, have four wheels, and mainly transport people, not cargo.
KDG Cars For Sale in Namibia
Second hand cars for sale in Namibia from KDG Autolink. Quality used cars for sale with optional warranty and finance arrangement.
Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to buy a car in Namibia?
You must have a valid Namibian Driver’s license. You need to have good credit (not on some sort of blacklist) and you need to be employed permanently (at least for the last six months). Keep in mind, that entry level (new) vehicles range from at least N$130 000 to N$200 000.
How much does it cost to import a car to Namibia?
VAT of 16.5% is payable on the value of the vehicle, Duties 25%. Once imported, vehicle may not be sold or disposed of for a period of 2 years. Diplomats: no duties or taxes applicable. Temporary residents: import permit not applicable if re-exported within 1 year.
Can I import a car in Namibia?
Used Car Import Rules & Regulations in Namibia
The importation of Right-hand drive vehicle is allowed in Namibia. The exception is made only for diplomats by Namibian custom authorities.
How much is the import duties in Namibia?
The import tax charged on a shipment will be 15% on the full value of your items. For example, if the declared value of your items is 100 USD, in order for the recipient to receive a package, an additional amount of 15.00 USD in taxes will be required to be paid to the destination countries government.
How much is a private number plate in Namibia?
Once the PLN is approved the customer has 21 days to pay a fee of N$1800,00 for the PLN plates. If the applicant fails to pay within 21 days the allocation of the PLN expires and the PLN may be available to other applicants.
What is the vehicle import tax in Namibia?
Only one motor vehicle per family may be imported duty free if owned and used at least 1 year prior to shipment. A tax of 16.5% + CO2 emission levy (depending on the vehicle). Once imported, a vehicle may not be sold or disposed of for 2 years.
How do I import a car to Namibia?
These documents are; import permit, a passport, an invoice, registration papers and an original (BL) bill of lading. The law of shipping should entail the brand, the chassis, model of the vehicle and its year. The vehicle engine number should match that declared in the bill of entry.
Can I import a car to Namibia from the UK?
Cars must not be more than 8 years old and must be Right Hand Drive. Cars should not be shipped until you have an import permit. To import the vehicle all documentation must be completed and presented to the customs department together with your passport so that customs can attest the CA304a.
What is the duty free allowance in Namibia?
Travellers are permitted to bring the following into Namibia: 200 cigarettes and 20 cigars and 250g of tobacco. 2L of wine and 1L of spirits. 50ml of perfume and 250ml of eau de toilette.
What is the import VAT in Namibia?
Import VAT is applicable and payable (at an effective rate of 16.5%) on all goods (movable items) imported into Namibia. Customs duties are also applicable on the importation of goods from countries other than South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland (“SACU”).