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Hi,

I am looking to take our jetski and trailer from the UK to OZ and was wondering if the import licence is the same as a car one? and do I need 1 for the jetski and 1 for the trailer? Thanks for any help you can give

Michael:wacko:

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Hi Michael

Sorry for the delay in replying, I didn't know the answer so contacted a man who did, here is the reply:

Hi Kate

 

No problem at all, basically the customer would only need import approval for the jetski trailer and not the jetski. The Import approval is the same as the Motor car application form, so the customer would only need to complete this for the trailer.

 

If the Jetski is less than 7 metres in length and less than 2.5 metres in width then Duty would not be applicable on bringing the Jetski into Australia. They would only be subject to 10%GST.

 

I hope this helps and if the client has any further problems or questions, please do not hesitate to pass them my details.

 

Best regards

 

Liam Witham

 

PSS INTERNATIONAL REMOVALS

1-3 Pegasus Road

Croydon

Surrey

CR9 4PS

 

Tel: 020 8686 7733

Fax: 020 8686 7799

Web: International Removals Company | Overseas Removals | International Movers | Moving Overseas | Shipping Company


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Guest michaelh

Thanks for the information, it confirms what I have just managed to find out.

Thanks anyway

Michael

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Thanks for the information, it confirms what I have just managed to find out.

Thanks anyway

Michael

 

No worries just glad you found out the answer in the end lol.


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