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Re: SOUTH AFRICAN IMPORT REGULATIONS...

Post by JamesD » Sun Jan 17, 2010 7:16 pm

dubbdack wrote: In SA, do you agree a valuation amount with the insurer and that is one factor that your premium is based on?
In short yes. Though some insurance companies will want to see the car and the sound system just to make sure its all there and not damaged. That way they know you not going to claim in two weeks after being insured with them for damage that occurred before the insurance...


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Post by dubster » Fri Mar 02, 2012 2:31 pm

i just want to know ...if i say wanted to buy a subaru from japan and import it here but with n o intention of registering it here just want to gut it for parts...how would one go about that?? :)
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Re: SOUTH AFRICAN IMPORT REGULATIONS...

Post by Madbones » Fri Mar 02, 2012 3:31 pm

If it's left hand drive you can't. :(
If it's second hand you need an import permit.
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