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TIP No. days - InitialTIP No. days immigrationTIP No. days - MaximumTIP ExtendableTIP - Fines for OverstayCarnet & TIP notesTIP - Additional User notesDocuments RequiredOther Vehicle RequirementsUpdate by Region
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AfghanistanSouth Asia
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Albaniaup to 6 months in any period of 12 months.- First Aid Kit <br> - Country Sticker (or euro plates featuring the Country initials) - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)
Southern Europe
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AlgeriaNorthern Africa
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American SamoaOceania
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Andorra180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance - <br>- Spare bulbs <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Snow chinas in winter <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)
Southern Europe
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Angola365TIP Cost Around R680 for one year, Third Party insurance can be purchased from Oshi Congo near the border R800- Passport <br> - Registration Certificate (or equivalent) <br> - Driving Licence <br> - Third Party Insurance- Country Sticker (GB, ZA, AU etc) Central Africa
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AnguillaCaribbean
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AntarcticaAntarctica
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AntarcticaAntarctica
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Antigua and BarbudaCaribbean
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Argentina90maybe240YesSome people have reported getting TIPs ranging from 90 days to 8 months, . We do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble free South America
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ArmeniaUser reports May 2016: We paid 22.000 dram for car import and bought car insurance at Agarak, entering from Iran. We paid 13.000 dram for a month. When we left Armenia last week we paid 7600 dram in total for exiting. <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandSphere/permalink/1739276359623650/" target="_blank"">Link to user reports</a>- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)Western Asia
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ArubaCaribbean
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Australia360Carnet can be extended onceIf you plan on emigrating to Australia or staying in the country long term it may be cheaper to import the vehicle then to pay for a carnet.- Passport <br> - Registration Certificate (or equivalent) <br> - Driving Licence <br> - Third Party Insurance (rules by State) <br> Overseas Vehilces Permit - https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/registration/register/overseas/ http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/overseas-visitors-vehicle-licence.aspOceania
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Austria180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>-Reflective jackets <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)
Western Europe
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Azerbaijan3Yes30A deposit is required for vehicles manufactured prior to 2006 i.e. not Euro Class 4, to avoid this you can obtain a 3 day transit permit / visa instead. Your Vehicle entry to the country is limited by your visa, either transit 72 hours or 30 day full visa, if your visa is valid for less than 30 days, you will only have 72 hours in the country.- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)Western Asia
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BahamasCaribbean
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BahrainMiddle East
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BangladeshStopped accepting Carnets in 2012, large deposits required, Search for latest informationSouth Asia
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BarbadosCaribbean
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Belarus- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)Eastern Europe
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Belgium180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>-Reflective jackets <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)
Western Europe
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Belize30YesExtend up to 90 daysCentral America
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BeninWest Africa
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BermudaNorth America
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BhutanSouth Asia
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Bolivia30Yes ask for 90 days stamp at immigrationyesVehicles may be seized / impounded BOLIVIA and the ADUANA - USEFUL INFO ON VEHICLES 31 March 2016 Original post <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandSphere/permalink/1719100931641193/" target="_blank">here</a> <br>
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Since I am in La Paz and have some free time I decided to go to the central office of the customs and ask them about some issues, which I believe are of interest to at least some us. I have talked with senor Fernando Alarcon and he told me the following:
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Q: Is it possible to leave the vehicle in Bolivia, exit without it and then return and drive out?<br>
A: Yes, as long as one fits within the validity of the TIP, which is usually 90 days and can be extended by 90 days more (to do it one needs to be in Bolivia, it cannot be done remotely).<br>
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Q:Is it possible to legally sell a vehicle to another foreigner while in Bolivia?<br>
A: Yes, but only if that person will have a detailed power of attorney from either the country of vehicle's registration or original owner's country. The authorization needs to have a time limit (1 year is a maximum), state which countries the vehicle can enter and exit and also it needs to name a specific person, it can't be an authorization for a bearer (which is for example possible in Europe). The original owner can exit the country without problems as the new owners will drive it out (hopefully!) and cancel the TIP.<br>
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Q: Is it possible to somehow cancel the permit without taking the car out of Bolivia?<br>
A: No such way. There are no scrapyards in Bolivia and all foreign vehicles (even these totally destructed) have to leave the country eventually - either after being fixed or towed away or transported on a truck. If that won't happen the vehicle will be treated just like one, which overstayed (see below).<br>
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Q: What will happen if somebody exits Bolivia without cancelling his TIP<br>
A: The car will be treated just like one, which overstayed and upon next entry it will be seized by the customs. No way around this.<br>
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Q: If one didn't cancel his TIP or left the vehicle in Bolivia (or violated the customs law for foreign vehicles in any other way) what are the consequences if one wants to re-enter Bolivia?<br> <br> <br> You can also ask for longer at the border. Some have reported obtaining 6 months TIP s. We do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble free <br>
A: a) With the same vehicle, which violated the law -&gt; the vehicle will be confiscated, the owner will never ever be able to enter Bolivia with another vehicle; there are no other consequences for the owner, no fines to pay and the owner can still enter Bolivia without a vehicle.<br>
b) With another vehicle-&gt; entry will be denied, but one would still be able enter without a vehicle<br>
c) Without a vehicle -&gt; no problems<br>
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That said I haven't asked him about a situation when one enters on a new passport, but I doubt they have access to a worldwide database of old and new passports.<br>
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Also according to aduana website a vehicle without a TIP or which overstayed is treated as a contraband and according to the law, namely article 181, point g) of Bolivian Tax Code this is punishable either by confiscation, a fine (50% or 100% of the value of the goods) or jail term of between 3 and 6 years, with the penalty depending on the value of the car (link: <a href="http://www.oas.org/juridico/spanish/mesicic3_blv_codtribut.pdf" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.oas.org/jurid…/Spanish/mesicic3_blv_codtribut.pdf</a>).<br>
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Hope it helps someone!
Users have reported obtaining either 30 or 90 days at the border.South America
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Bosnia and Herzegovina-First Aid Kit <br>- Warning Triangle <br>- Spare bulbs <br> - Winter Tyres (winter) <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)
Southern Europe
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Botswana90180YesPart of the Southern African Customs Union, if shipping in or out a Carnet is recommended, it can be time consuming and difficult to pay a deposit at the port. Others have also reported having issues and delays shipping out of the SACU with out a carnet. If travelling by land you can enter with a TIP for free. A temporary import permit and is valid for a period of three (3) months and maybe extended once for a further period of three (3) months for all SACU countries. If entering by Air or sip a Carnet is recommended as to enter with a TIP requires the payment of a deposit. Carnet is valid for up to one year. Customs may give 3 months grace for expired carnets. If you are shipping out by sea we also recommended using a Carnet. TIPs or Carnets are only process whilst entering or leaving the SACU. <a href="http://www.sars.gov.za/AllDocs/OpsDocs/Policies/SC-TA-01-06%20-%20CPD%20Carnet%20-%20External%20Policy.pdf" target="_blank"">CPD External Policy Sars</a>
- Country Sticker (GB, ZA, AU etc) Southern Africa
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Bouvet Island
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BrazilUpdate (1) March 2016 Brazil appear to be registering the entry and exit of vehicles again. Message from a friend who crossed into Brazil from Uruguay yesterday.
"My knowledge was, that Brazil doesn't register the car. This has CHANGED at least at the border of CHUY we have passed today. They said that since "this year" the law changed back to registration of cars. The Immigration asked for the car datas when they registered the personal datas in the computer. The Receita Ferderal (Customs) registered all details of the car in the computer and gave us a signed form sheet, which has to be presented, when leaving the country." Update (2) March 2016 I went through the Chui border on March 2nd and was issued a TIP. It was good for 90 days. I asked the officer if I can get an extension , she said yes you can go to a customs office and they can do it. Later on I was told by someone else that as of this year they do not give extensions. I do not know which is the correct version. I was also told by the officer that there is no problem flying out of the country and returning back and taking the camper out as long it is done within the 90 day period. IDP 1926 or 1949 now accepted. We do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble free
South America
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British Indian Ocean Territory
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BruneiSoutheast Asia
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Bulgaria180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>-Reflective jackets <br>- Warning Triangle <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD)Eastern Europe
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Burkina FasoWest Africa
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BurundiEastern Africa
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CameroonCentral Africa
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CambodiaRecently travellers entering Cambodia have been asked for either a permit (issued Phnom Penh, can take up to 7 days) or a Carnet to enter the country with thier vehicle.  A Carnet is not officially required for entry into Cambodia, and the requirement of a permit is something new. There has been little officially published about either of these requirements and it does not appear that these rules are being applied consistently on all borders. Travellers have reported that you may be able to obtian the permit in advance from a Cambodian embassy in e.g. Bangkok. We are making enquiries with Cambodian customs in order to understand a little more regarding the rules being implemented, any new updates will be posted here and in our <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandingAsia/">Overlanding Asia Group</a>East Asia
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Canada365Visitors, Tourists and Temporary Residents
69. The vehicles that are entered by visitors, for a period not exceeding 12 months; temporary residents such as students studying at an institution of learning, for the duration of their studies in Canada; or individuals with valid work permits/authorizations for employment for a period not exceeding 36 months. <a href="http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/publications/dm-md/d19/d19-12-1-eng.html" target="_blank"">Canada Border Services Agency</a>
North America
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Cape VerdeWest Africa
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Cayman IslandsCaribbean
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Central African RepublicCentral Africa
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ChadCentral Africa
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Chile90YesWe do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble free. A 90 Day TIP is porvided on each entry. There is no set time period to be outside the country. If you want to leave the country without your car within the TIP period you need to go with the person responsible for your car's storage to customs before leaving.South America
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Christmas IslandSoutheast Asia
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Cocos (Keeling) IslandsOceania
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Colombia90YesYes only if present until valid immigration100 USD every 30 days started2016 June user update: you are allowed to extend for 90 additional days, for a maximum of 180 days per year. You must be outside for 180 days before another 90 days tourist visa can be given. I wish I had check up on the official requirements because now I am within 20 days of losing my truck if I cannot find a buyer. Or I will have to park my truck in Ecuador for 180 days and then bring it back into Colombia. I am currently applying for a temporary residence visa, and I will be without my truck for 6 months if I do not sell it first. We do not recommend using a Carnet. Carnet refused at Santa Marta harbor, TIP is trouble free. Medellin 2014: extension of TIP only until end of immigration autorisation, extension of immigration only in last weekKoen De VaereSouth America
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ComorosEastern Africa
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CongoCentral Africa
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Cook IslandsOceania
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Costa Rica90NoRequired to be out of the country for 90 days before returningCentral America
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Croatia180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br>- Fire extinguisher <br>-Reflective jackets <br>- Warning Triangle <br>- Spare bulbs <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD) - Light must be on day and night during winter
Southern Europe
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CubaCaribbean
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Cyprus180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- Warning Triangle <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if LHD)Western Asia
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Czech Republic180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.- First Aid Kit <br>- Warning Triangle <br>- Spare bulbs <br> - Country Sticker - <br> - Third Party insurance <br> - Headlamp beam reflectors (if RHD) - Light must be on day and night during winterEastern Europe
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Democratic Republic of the Congo
Central Africa
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Denmark180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Northern Europe
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DjiboutiEastern Africa
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DominicaCaribbean
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Dominican RepublicCaribbean
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East Timor (Timor-Leste)East Asia
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Ecuador90Yes 180 days max every year183Yes only if present until valid immigrationVehicles may be seized / impoundedWe do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeLima 2015: extension possible at cargo airport building. You need to go to immigration first because TIP never longer than immigration. Koen De VaereSouth America
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Egypt
it had been possible to obtain a local Egyptian Carnet (Often refereed to as a triptyque) with the payment of a cash bond, with reports dating back to 2010 of successful entry.

These reports normally related of people entering on motorcycles with a refundable deposit of $800, which rather than being TIPs were the local Carnets/ Triptyque,

Recently (October 2016) the FIA confirmed that Egypt had changed thier rules and are not currently issuing local Carnets to foreign residents.

September 2016 - An individual reported that they are not issuing local Carnets or TIPs at the Sudan / Egypt border. However they were able to obtain a single page Carnet from Sudanese Automobile and Touring Club, for a cost of US$200. Reference <a href="https://goo.gl/lCmRo5" target="_blank"">Users Post</a>

September 2016 a member shipped into Alexandria without a Carnet, locally they asked for a €800 Carnet fee and a €2500 Euro Deposit, however despite being provided with a quote for the carnet they were not able to obtain one locally. Reference <a href="https://goo.gl/91tfyX" target="_blank"">Users Post</a>

*Note Egypt does not allow the use of extended carnets to enter the country, on the few occasions these have been allowed, lengthy validation of the carnet was required.

No reliable, consistent reports have mentioned entering Egypt only on a TIP for both motor vehicles and motorcycles recently therefore the status is still required.

A Carnet is highly recommended
2016 - Motorbikes and Vehicles are not current being allowed to cross the Sinai. Some 4x4's have managed to cross leaving Cairo by obtaining a permit from the military & Tourism office, travelling from Israel / Jordan does not appear to be an option right now. 4x4's being shipped to Egypt may face delays clearing due to new rules which require each 4x4 to be approved by the military. You can pay for an Egypt Carnet, this needs to be arranged with the Egyptian automobile association.North Africa
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El Salvador90NoPart of the CA-4 Border agreement. 90 days entry in total all countries (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua) No return for 90 days.Central America
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Equatorial GuineaCentral Africa
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EritreaEastern Africa
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Estonia180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Northern Europe
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EthiopiaEastern Africa
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Falkland IslandsWe do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeSouth America
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Faroe Islands
Northern Europe
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FijiOceania
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Finland180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Northern Europe
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France180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Western Europe
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French GuianaWe do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeSouth America
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French PolynesiaOceania
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French Southern TerritoriesWe do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeSouth America
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GabonCentral Africa
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GambiaUser Report April 2016 - Says that they were not been given permiision to cross into Gambia (from the north), Reson: There is some political issues and all border posts are currently closed for vehicles. By the looks of things there is so solution at this point in time. Source: <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandSphere/permalink/1726644234220196/" target="_blank"">Users post</a>
West Africa
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Georgia90540YesInfo provided by Georgia Customs: the electronic letter to inform you that the customs territory of foreign citizens (including a foreign national, who is also a citizen of Georgia), imported by foreign-registered passenger vehicle, bus or motorcycle (Engine-volume 50 cm 3 greater than) the execution or delivery of the customs territory of the submission of the withdrawal period of up to 90 calendar days.
Temporary importation of pre-defined extension, 90 days before the expiration of the temporary admission procedure must be carried out of the goods declaration.
The goods placed under temporary admission procedure shall not exceed 3 years.
Western Asia
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Germany180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee. Non EU- Vehicles shipped into Germany may be asked for a refundable deposit of 30% of the value of the vehicle, we do not recommend shipping into Germany.There are several Low Emission Zones where only vehicles with little emissions may enter. The vehicle classification is displayed by a sticker on the windshield. Fines apply. Details see website =HYPERLINK("https://www.umwelt-plakette.de/de/infos/tourists-in-germany.html","https://www.umwelt-plakette.de/de/infos/tourists-in-germany.html")
Western Europe
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Ghana90see for rules page 12 3 months TIP http://gra.gov.gh/docs/info/customs/customs_procedures.pdf, they offically state a carnet is required however reports shuggest you can enter with a temporary import bond from the Ghanian state insurance company. USer report (201y) They will ask for a carnet, however there are three options if you want to enter.
1) leave the payable duty of your vehicle at the border, take your vehicle in and exit from the same border taking your money when you leave

2) leave your vehicle at the border and collect it on exit

3) Buy insurance on the duty of your bike, the customs guys will be reluctant but would help organize a guy from Wa to sort it out, this is a very long process and only available if entering on weekdays with a lot of time

I tried every which way to get a temporary import but they don't want a bar of it, they won't even take money offered. Good luck
West Africa
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Gibraltar180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Southern Europe
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Greece180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Southern Europe
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GreenlandNorth America
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GrenadaCaribbean
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GuadeloupeCaribbean
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GuamOceania
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Guatemala90No, but when expires, you go to the border, pay a fine and it's ok (for further details, look at the notes)Part of the CA-4 Border agreement. 90 days entry in total all countries (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua) No return for 90 days. However if you do not use up your entire 90 days you can "suspend" / "put on hold" you TIP and return at a later date and use the remaining days.
If the TIP expires, you cannot circulate any more, but you could go to the border (how it is not clear!), pay a fine ("multa") and exit the country, without any limitation in terms of how much time has elapsed after the expiration. Reference articles are #448 RECAUCA (states generically that if the TIP expires, you pay the multa at the boder and it's ok to get out), #22 Ley Nacional de Aduanas (establishes the fine in USD300 for all the administrative infractions), #27 Ley Nacional de Aduanas (that says that there is 10 days limit on how much the permit could be expired, but not for tourist vehicles!).
Direct experience: I entered Guatemala on 20th August 2016, I left Guatemala and the motorbike there on 26th August 2016 by plane (no problem at the border, not having the vehicle with me). I came back on 17th December and on 19th I drove to the border, I payed a fine and I left the country with the motorbike. For some reason the fine I payed was 336 Quetzales (less than 50usd).
Federico, ItalyCentral America
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Guernsey
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GuineaWest Africa
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Guinea-BissauWest Africa
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Guyana330NoThey can confiscate your vehicle if you over staty. http://www.gra.gov.gy/24-traveller-s-information/88-driving-in-guyana-information. oming from Brazil you get 3 days to reach Georgetown (capital), where you can extend. How long depends on the story you write down on paper; a nice story can easily give you 15 or 30 days.
Coming from Suriname get 15 days, extending.
Extension: visit GRA on Camp Street 200-201. Note that you can’t enter the GRA building in shorts or wearing open shoes / flip flops, or bermuda, tank t
South America
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HaitiCaribbean
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Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands
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Holy See180180YesNon EU Vehicles - Six months in total in a single trip or 6 months over a 12 month period. EU Vehicles may stay a maximum of 6 months in a 12 month period in a single country with out being registered or taxed - unless you are claiming under as a cross border employee.
Southern Europe
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Honduras90NoPart of the CA-4 Border agreement. 90 days entry in total all countries (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua) No return for 90 days.Central America
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Hong KongEastern Asia
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