_Japan Used Cars Import Regulations in Burundi

Import Rules, Regulations, Policies & Procedures
To Import Japan Used Cars In Burundi

Check all the key points related to import rules, regulations, policies, documentations, duties and taxes, inspections, restrictions, shipping ports, etc. which you should keep in mind while importing Used Cars from Japan to Burundi


Year Restriction

No Age Limit

Destination Port

Dar Es Salaam

Time of Shipment

RoRo (24-34 Days)

Vessel Schedule

RoRo (Monthly)

Shipping Line

Keihin, Mol, Hoegh Autoliners


No Inspection Required

Used Car Import Rules & Regulations in Burundi


Left-Hand Drive Vehicles

Burundi uses left-hand drive vehicles, but right-hand drive vehicles are also permitted.


The Burundians are also exempted from any sort of inspection restriction. This facilitates the people to import cars without the requirement of getting any inspection certificate from authorities like JEVIC, JAAI or Intertek.

Age Restrictions:

There are no age restrictions on the import of used cars in Burundi, thus Burundians are fortunate to receive Japan used cars without any age restriction.

Used Cars Import Duties And Taxes In Burundi

Shipping method into Burundi

1. Containerized :

Container shipping for transporting your car is the safest way to get your vehicles to Burundi.


The most affordable method for transporting cars overseas. A Ro/Ro vessel has a ramp which opens up to allow the cars to be driven into the vessel.And in it your cars locked and secure for any Damage.

Used Cars Import Documentation in Burundi


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