Import Custom Regulations in Sweden
All imported vehicles are subject to a thorough structural and mechanical inspection before being allowed to operate on the Sweden road network. If any damage, deterioration or sub - standard repairs to the structural areas of the vehicle are detected by the Swedish Vehicle Registration Authority, the vehicle will need to be restored to a road worthy condition. All vehicles are required to meet a series of mandatory vehicle standards rules designed to ensure the safety of the Sweden motor vehicle fleet. Since the checks to verify compliance with safety and structural integrity are conducted after a vehicle has been delivered from customs control, it would be foresight to contact the Swedish Vehicle Registration Authority before making arrangements to import a car to Sweden.
A person who imports an uncleared vehicle into Sweden is obliged, without a remainder, to enter it for customs clearance at the frontier. Normally, import duties, VAT and other taxes are to be paid at the frontier. For the clearance the following documents and information, must be shown to the customs office:
- The invoice or contract of sale
- Costs of transport and insurance
- If the preferential rate is requested you need the proof of origin for vehicles originating in countries with which EU has concluded a Free - trade agreement
- Model name or model series
- The chassis (or frame) and engine numbers
- The cubic capacity of the engine and whether petrol or diesel.
Disclaimer: Customs regulations are subject to changes. The information above is a concise summary of customs regulations which is effected on household goods shipment to this destination and is being provided as guidance to assist our clients.Because these regulations are subject to change without notice, Anon Car Shipping cannot be held liable for any costs, damage, delays, or other outcomes resulting from non - conformity. Always double check with your local embassy or custom authorities.