1. Have the car professionally serviced and inspected to make sure it is in good running condition.
2. Make sure the car is clean and free of any dirt, debris, or excess fluids.
3. Remove all personal items from the interior and trunk and ensure all windows and doors are secure.
4. Have the battery disconnected and secure any loose parts.
5. Make sure the car is securely strapped to the transport vehicle.
6. Have the car insured with a company that covers international shipping.
7. Have the paperwork in order, including the title, registration, and any other documents needed for international shipping.
8. Contact a reputable car shipping company that specializes in international shipping and provide them with all the necessary information.