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Immigrants' vehicles (Factsheet 44a)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Visitors & new residents

This factsheet informs you of the changed requirements for importing vehicles, belonging to immigrants, that do not meet frontal impact or emissions standards This factsheet should be read in conjunction with Factsheet 44, Importing a motor vehicle, which outlines the overall requirements for importing a vehicle into New Zealand.

Category A special interest left-hand drive light vehicles (Factsheet 12a)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet lists the requirements for importing a category A special interest left-hand drive light vehicle into New Zealand.

Importing a left-hand drive vehicle (Factsheet 12)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Motorists

This factsheet lists the requirements for importing a left-hand drive vehicle into New Zealand.

Special interest vehicles (Factsheet 44b)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Importers

This factsheet informs you of the changed requirements for importing certain vehicles that do not meet frontal impact or emissions standards.

Importing a vehicle temporarily (Factsheet 35)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Visitors & new residents

This factsheet explains what to do when you import a vehicle from overseas for a period of time. A temporary vehicle import is where a vehicle is brought into New Zealand by a resident of another country, usually for a maximum of 12 months, while remaining registered in its country of origin.

Importing a motor vehicle (Factsheet 44)

Published: | Category: Factsheets , Importing vehicles | Audience: Importers

This factsheet should be read in conjunction with Factsheet 44a and Factsheet 44b. New Zealand allows the import of 'used' vehicles, provided the vehicle meets applicable standards, safety and emissions requirements. There must also be acceptable proof of ownership and standards compliance. These things are checked in the process known as entry certification. Entry certifiers are appointed by the NZ Transport Agency to carry out this task.
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