Frequently Asked Questions
How do I ship vehicles to Haiti?
All vehicles must be delivered to our yard so that we can measure them
to determine the final price. Once measured and after all documentation
is properly filled out by the owner, we will then tow the vehicle to the
proper port. However, the shipper does have the option of driving that
vehicle to the port. In such case, we require that the
dock receipt from the Port be brought back to us so that customs can be cleared. Once customs
is cleared on the automobile, the shipper is responsible for picking up
the original title from us and sending it to the consignee in Haiti.
What documents do you need from me?
- To ship a vehicle, we need the original title, a copy of the owner's
driver license, and an original signed & notarized power of
attorney to permit us to process the export documents for your vehicle.
In some cases, we may also need an original bill of sale signed
by the buyer & seller, a company letter and a business license
if the vehicle is in a company or organization's name.
When does the person receiving the vehicle become the owner?
- We suggest that you do not sign over the
title to someone in Haiti, as that person would then have to sign
the export documents prior to shipping. The person receiving the
vehicle will become the legal owner when he claims the vehicle at
I want to ship a vehicle but I'm unable to make it to your office,
what are my options?
- If you are the owner of a vehicle but, for some reasons, you cannot
make it to our office, it is not a problem. To ship that vehicle,
you will need a power of attorney, which can be found on our website
under the shipment forms section. After printing your name and signing
as the buyer (preferably in blue ink), you have to mail that power
of attorney to our Fort Lauderdale office. We need the power of
attorney with the original signature to clear U.S. customs [Please
make sure that the signature on the driver's license, the title
and the power of attorney are the same]. Along with the power of
attorney, we will need a copy of your driver's license and the original
title. However, extra documentation might be needed so please contact
us prior to mailing these documents.
The shipper is responsible for making all the arrangements to have
the vehicle delivered to us. Once the vehicle, the necessary documents,
and payment have been received, we will then move the vehicle to
the port and process the U.S. Customs export permit for you.
Do you clear customs on vehicles in Haiti?
- No, we do not clear customs on vehicles in Haiti. The consignee
is reponsible for clearing customs.