Yes, we must be aware of the additional customs clearance steps. We will need to provide proof of ownership, submit a detailed inventory list of the car, and show proof of payment. We will also need to provide a copy of the car’s original title, vehicle registration papers, insurance certificate, and any other relevant documents.

In most cases, we may need to pay any applicable import duty and taxes. Lastly, depending on the car, we may need to meet any relevant emissions and safety standards, but this is not required for classical vehicles older than 30 years.