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Papua New Guinea Offshore Vehicle Inspection

The Papua New Guinea Road Traffic Authority (RTA) has appointed JEVIC to conduct the Offshore Vehicle Inspection and Verification of used vehicles to exported from Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom for use on the roads of Papua New Guinea.

Commencement Date in JP, NZ, SG, UK:   28 Jan 2019
Requirement Date in PNG:   28 Feb 2019

Inspection fees will be charged per motor vehicle in the currency of the country of inspection as follows;

Japan:   JPY10,100 + Consumption Tax
New Zealand:   NZD217.39 + GST
Singapore:   SGD199.43 (No tax)
United Kingdom:   GBP109.97 + VAT

The inspection will appraise the motor vehicle’s condition, including structural, age, odometer, stolen vehicle, ozone depleting substances and biosecurity aspects. JEVIC inspectors will conduct the appraisals in freight forwarder and exporter premises in and around the major used vehicle export ports in Japan.

The inspection is mandatory, and vehicles arriving from the countries of inspection without certification will not be eligible for registration.

Please note that this Certification is in addition to all other requirements for vehicle registration and does not guarantee a vehicle’s import approval into Papua New Guinea.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information.

FAQs 

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  • What is the purpose of the inspection?

  • Who does the inspection?

  • Where can I get the inspection?

  • Who do I contact to get the inspection?

  • How much does the inspection cost?

  • Who books and pays for the inspection?

  • What documents are needed to arrange an inspection?

  • Does the importer name on the appraisal report need to be the same as the person registering the vehicle in Papua New Guinea?

  • Why are the importer’s name, email and contact details necessary?

  • What is the standard for the inspection?

  • What are the outcomes of the inspection? What if my vehicle fails?

  • Can vehicles that have had their odometers exchanged by OEM dealers in Japan be registered in Papua New Guinea?

  • What documentation does JEVIC provide?

  • What happens if I don't get the inspection and ship the vehicle to Papua New Guinea?

  • What do I do with the Appraisal Report, and will my car be rejected for some reason?

  • If I have feedback, suggestions, or a complaint, who do I contact?