New Australian customs regulations for vehicle shipping

The Australian Customs and Border Protection Service have recently published new rules for importing motor vehicles. For any vehicle being imported into Australia, Customs now requires a declaration completed stating that it does not contain any asbestos.

Most UK market vehicles manufactured since 1999 should comply if serviced solely through an authorised main dealer. However, owners must be absolutely sure that their vehicle is asbestos free and their declaration is completely correct, as very significant fines can apply to incorrect declarations. If you are unsure of the service or parts history, you should not ship the vehicle.

To be certain your vehicle will comply, you may wish to arrange a test through an ILAC asbestos testing facility.


For more information about shipping motor vehicles or household belongings to Australia, contact Pickfords free 0800 019 8556 or request a call back.

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