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Non 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.Austria180180- 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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A 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.Azerbaijan3Yes30- 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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:-:::::-:::,:--::::,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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Non 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.Bulgaria180180- 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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Non 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.Croatia180180- 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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Non 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.Denmark180180
Northern Europe
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DjiboutiEastern Africa
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Only Edit if blank - If not blank enter in Additional User notes - Add details of costs, road charges and other information or experiencesDo not editEnter Initial number of days provided when entering the countrylinked to visa or immigrationEnter maximum number of days allowed with extensions Enter details of Standard fine for OverstaysAdd additional notes - Add details of costs, road charges and other information or experiences - When adding notes please provide a rough date of your experiences i.e. April 2016 Please sate who it was updated byFor Sorting
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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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We do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeEl Salvador90Central America
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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
Equatorial Guinea333Central Africa
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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
EritreaEastern Africa
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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
Estonia180180
Northern Europe
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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
EthiopiaEastern Africa
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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
Faroe Islands
Northern Europe
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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
FijiOceania
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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
Finland180180
Northern Europe
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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
France180180
Western Europe
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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
French PolynesiaOceania
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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
GabonCentral Africa
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GambiaWest Africa
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We do not recommend using a Carnet in South America, TIP is trouble freeGeorgia90540Western Asia
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Germany180180There 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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User 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>
Ghana90West Africa
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Info 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.
Gibraltar180180
Southern Europe
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Non 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.Greece180180
Southern Europe
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see 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
GreenlandNorth America
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Non 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.GrenadaCaribbean
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Non 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.GuadeloupeCaribbean
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GuamOceania
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Kenya90Eastern Africa
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Guatemala90Federico, ItalyCentral America
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Guernsey
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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).
GuineaWest Africa
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Guinea-BissauWest Africa
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HaitiCaribbean
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Heard Island and Mcdonald Islands
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They 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
Holy See180180
Southern Europe
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Honduras90Central America
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Hong KongEastern Asia
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Non 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.Iceland
Northern Europe
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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.India180South Asia
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IndonesiaSoutheast Asia
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IranMiddle East
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IranSouth Asia
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If shipping into Indonesia an International Driving Licence,
Letter of Invitation from the Indonesian Auto mobile association,
A letter from the Police and a carnet is required. <a href="http://overlandsphere.com/overland-forum/threads/foreign-vehicle-indonesia-requirements-carnet-shipping.11013/" target="_blank">Shipping Vehicle to Indonesia Requirements</a>
Carnet
Ireland180180
Northern Europe
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Isle of Man
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Guide Required for Iran UK, Candian and USA residents unless travelling on a transit visa.IsraelMiddle East
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Non 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.Italy180180
Southern Europe
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Ivory CoastWest Africa
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JamaicaCaribbean
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Non 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.Japan365365Eastern Asia
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Jersey
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JordanMiddle East
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Information provided by Japan customs (June 2016) For temporary importation, if both of you and your vehicle will arrive at Japan by a ferry and will leave Japan within 1 year since entry, you can enjoy tax exemption system. When you will arrive at Japan, please make temporary import declaration with the customs form C No.5014. With this customs declaration, your vehicle can be exempted from taxes under the Customs Tariff Law, Article 17. Please note that if you will not re-export your vehicle within 1 year since entry, taxes which are exempted at entry will be imposed.
You can download this customs form from the following site.
http://www.customs.go.jp/kaisei/youshiki/form_C/C5014a.pdf

On the other hand, if you can prepare with ATA carnet for your vehicle and you will re-export your vehicle within 1 year since its issue, you can take simplified import procedures with ATA carnet and taxes are exempted.
For more detailed information, please refer to the following site.
http://www.customs.go.jp/.../c-a.../keitaibetsuso/7306_e.htm
(Export/Import Procedure for Private Automobiles Using a Carnet (Foreign Carnet)) http://www.jaf.or.jp/e/carnet.htm (JAF For Visitors Bringing Vehicles with Carnet de Passages en Douane)

On the other hand, if you will not arrive at Japan by a ferry or not prepare with ATA carnet for your vehicle, the importer has to make ordinary import clearance with required documents.
http://www.customs.go.jp/.../c-answer_e/customsanswer_e.htm
(Customs answer (FAQ))
Articles from 1102 to 1117 explain import clearance procedure.
In this case, you will be able to import them after duty/tax payment. In general, the duty rate on cars is FREE, but 8% of consumption tax will be imposed.

For just information, when you will use your vehicle on the public road, after import permit, you have to register your vehicle to MLIT, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.
For further information, please ask the MLIT directly.
http://www.mlit.go.jp/english/inspect /etop.html <br> <br>
User Report - There have been reports of people entering on a passenger ferry on requiring a carnet.
KazakhstanCentral Asia
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KiribatiOceania
62
Kosovo
Southern Europe
63
KuwaitMiddle East
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More reports are coming in from Travellers in 2016 stating that they were able to enter Kenya on a TIP for a cost of $20. The TIP may be issued for the length of your visa. The last user reported being given 90 days same as their East African Visa.KyrgyzstanCentral Asia
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LaosSoutheast Asia
66
Latvia180180
Northern Europe
67
LebanonMiddle East
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From October onwards you may find some mountain passes are closed due to snow.Lesotho90180Southern Africa
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<b>Thai / Laos Border - Chiang Kong and Huay Xai </b> <br> There's now a road bridge between Chiang Kong and Huay Xai (crossed in February 2016) so it's a much simpler process with the bridge acting as 'no man's land' between the border posts. Thai/Lao Friendship Bridge is open and you can cross over there - about 10 south of Chiang Khong - be aware that there is a fee to pay for the bridge between 50 and 500 THB deding on vehicle and on the Laos side we had to pay some kind of road tax (it's officially mentioned on a sign at the border - so no scam). Which was 50.000 LAK plus 20.000 LAK as an overtime fee (has to be paid if you are crossing on a Sunday and before 8:00 am and after 04:30 pm) - maybe the info is worth mentioning on the overland sphere. There are ATM's in both border buildings but the one on the Thai side does not accept Mastercard, border is open until 10:00 pm <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandSphere/permalink/1722286137989339/" target="_blank"">
Source - User Updates</a><br>
LiberiaWest Africa
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Non 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.LibyaNorthern Africa
71
Liechtenstein180180
Western Europe
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Part 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>
Lithuania180180
Northern Europe
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Luxembourg180180
Western Europe
74
Many issuers are not issuing carnets for Libya right nowMacauEastern Asia
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Non 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.Macedonia
Southern Europe
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Non 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.MadagascarEastern Africa
77
Non 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.MalawiEastern Africa
78
MalaysiaSoutheast Asia
79
MaldivesSouth Asia
80
MaliWest Africa
81
Malta180180
Southern Europe
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Carnet only required if Shipping into the Country. Some Agents have asked for a Carnet whilst shipping out of the country, however it is not required. Please reach out to the community if you have issues.Marshall IslandsOceania
83
MartiniqueCaribbean
84
Travellers report (April 2016) Crossed to Mali from Senegal where they definitely didn't want carnet. We even tried to push them to fill our carnet instead of their TIP which costs money but they definitely weren't interested in the carnet.
MauritaniaWest Africa
85
Non 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.MauritiusEastern Africa
86
MayotteEastern Africa
87
MexicoNorth America
88
MicronesiaOceania
89
MoldovaEastern Europe
90
Monaco180
Southern Europe
91
Entering Mexico requires paying a refundable deposit for a TIP ( <a href="http://overlandsphere.com/overland-forum/threads/entering-mexico-with-your-foreign-vehicle.4535/" target="_blank">more info here</a>, this can be obtained on the border or online, note to reclaim your refund most banks are not open on modays so plan ahead. 2016 (apears to be Resloved) - Several Forums / Groups have reported that vehicles with a GVWR which are not regiestered as motorhomes / GYM over 3500kg / 7700lbs have been prevented from entering Mexico. The reports suggest these rules are being incorrectly implemented on Southern Borders. <a href="https://www.facebook.com/groups/OverlandSphere/permalink/1741889646028988/" target="_blank">User Report on FB</a> More information on TIP and Insurance here: <a href="Entering Mexico with your foreign vehicle" target="_blank">Entering Mexico with your foreign vehicle</a> - Motor Homes and RV's can get a 10 year TIPMongolia180365Eastern Asia
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Montenegro
Southern Europe
93
MontserratCaribbean
94
MoroccoNorthern Africa
95
Non 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.MozambiqueEastern Africa
96
MyanmarSoutheast Asia
97
Namibia90180Southern Africa
98
NauruOceania
99
CAN SOMEONE PLEASE FILL THIS SPACE ? NEED INFORMATION ON PERIOD OF STAY!!!Nepal180<<< I READ ON THE INTERNET IT SAYS 3 MONTHSSouth Asia
100
Guide required for foreign vehicles - Try <a href="http://burmasenses.com/" target="_blank"">Burma Senses</a>Netherlands180180
Western Europe
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