Frequently Asked Questions

Here you will find some frequently asked questions that may assist you in the whole export procedure if you have any questions of your own which are not listed.

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Tax-Free Auto Export have been importing and exporting Cars to the Global markets for over 20 Years, and we pride ourselves in being specialists in the supply of   Audi, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lamborghini, Mercedes Benz, Rolls Royce and Porsche Models for Tax-Free export and volume purchasing.

Some of the countries we export to are Bangladesh, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia and China, however we supply to any demand from any region so please get in contact with one of our export specialists today.

Tax-Free Auto supply both RHD and LHD Cars to cater for any global demand.

Tax-Free Auto has a reputable Transport and Logistics company that transports all our cars to the Docks, for more information on our shipping and logistics service please visit our shipping page.

CIF means (Cost + Insurance + Freight) it covers the Cost (of Car) plus all the freight and port to port insurance, so your shipment will arrive in your desired port with only your countries duties to pay.    FOB price means (Free on-board price); it means that the price does not include insurance or Freight. Some customers have their own insurance policy which they pay separately , if you would like an CNF (cost and Freight)  quote please specify.

We offer Flexible and secure payment terms that meet individual and trade customer’s needs.  We currently quote in EUR or GBP and our methods of payment range from bank TT wire transfer to Letter of Credit payments. Our refined export staff can advise accordingly.  Whatever payment method you choose be assured you are in the right hands. 

All of our cars are issued with factory build sheets prior to going into build and official data cards from the factory once the cars have finished production, eliminating any risks of spec errors.

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