Before reading this article, it seems important to define what a vehicle is. “A vehicle is a thing used for transporting people or goods”. This is, therefore, a broad topic and Eurosender has already given various tips on how to send a vehicle internationally:
However, Eurosender has not yet discussed how to send a car abroad. If you want to send this type of vehicle, you have come to the right place.
How to send a vehicle internationally with Eurosender?
Sending a car abroad is a simple process, which can be divided into 3 steps:
- Ask for an individual offer: This is a quote for your shipment. Our logistics experts will find the cheapest solution for your transport and will contact you to help you finalize your order. When you interact with our specialists, we recommend that you request additional insurance if your current car insurance is not enough. You can obtain insurance of more than 5000€ on request.
- Prepare your car for shipping: clean your car and note any visible damages and scratches on the car. To do this, take a lot of pictures. This process will be useful in the case of a claim’s procedure. Finally, empty 3/4 of your tank before shipping.
- Wait for your car to be collected: the courier will take care of your car and will fix it for transportation.
Can I ship personal belongings in my car?
This is a legitimate question. “Since I am already sending my car, why not take advantage of it by also having personal items delivered.” You can leave some personal belongings in your car. However, you must be aware of the risks involved:
If you nevertheless want to leave items in your car, we invite you to notify Eurosender and the courier company before collecting your car. They will tell you more about what you are allowed to bring. Finally, remember that the Golden rule for shipping personal belongings in a car is to “Keeps things light and tight”.
If you need any further information about how to send a vehicle internationally, feel free to ask us questions. We remain available to help you at any time.
Last modified: August 5, 2019