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Information about Pakistan

Thailand top new and used car 4x4 vigo triton exporter to PakistanSituated in southern Asia, Pakistan has an area of 803,940 sq km (310,403 sq mi), extending 1,875 km (1,165 mi) NE–SW from the ranges of the Hindu Kush and the Himalaya to the Arabian Sea and 1,006 km (625 mi) SE–NW. Comparatively, the area occupied by Pakistan is slightly less than twice the size of the state of California. The enclave of Junagadh, claimed by Pakistan, and Jammu and Kashmir, divided between Pakistan and India by the 1971 “line of control,” are not included in the area. Pakistan is bordered on the NE by China, on the E by Jammu and Kashmir to the Karakoram Pass, on the E and SE by India, on the S by the Arabian Sea, on the SW by Iran, and on the W and NW by Afghanistan. The total land boundary length is 6,774 km (4,209 mi). The coastline is 1,046 km (650 mi). Pakistan’s capital city, Islamābād, is located in the northern part of the country.

People of Pakistan love their cars

Folks in Pakistan love their cars, 4×4 pick-up trucks, 4×4 SUVs. They want them to be of highest quality but are always on the look out for Pakistan Cars For Sale and Pakistan 4×4 Pick-up trucks for sale and Pakistan SUV for sale. Most buyers will buy in the local market as they can touch and feel the vehicle and have it right away if they like a particular car or pickup. Many dealers in Pakistan offer cars, luxury cars, pick-up truck or SUVs on sale so there is always a car to be found in a person’s budget.

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New and Used pick-up Trucks for Sale in Pakistan

If you want to import diesel pick-up trucks then Jim is world’s top exporter of diesel pick-up trucks to Pakistan. Our biggest export is Toyota Hilux Revo followed by used Hilux Vigo followed by Toyota Fortuner SUV, Nissan Navara, Mazda BT-50, Mitsubishi L200 Triton. We also export fair amount of new and luxury cars, vans, commercial trucks and machinery to Pakistan.

How to Calculate Import Duty in Pakistan

First, you need to understand the C&F (cost and freight) if you are buying a car through an online auction. Here’s the C&F for single unit buyers according to the winning auction price of the car.

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Let’s assume that the winning auction price of a 2012 model 660cc car was 650,000 JPY. So according to the table above, the C&F, in this case, would be 110,000 JPY. After clearing this bill, your car is delivered to Karachi Port where the custom duty calculations start. So here are the custom duties calculations according to the import duty structure for the fiscal year 2015-16:

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Let’s have a look at the custom duties for hybrid vehicles as well:

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Please note that the customs duties mentioned here are subject to change due to variation in exchange rates. Furthermore, import duties do not include ‘Other Expenses’ like Challans, THC/DO/Shipping, Wharfage, Excise, documentation, port rent and illegal add-ons like bribery. Other expenses are usually calculated around 50,000-60,000 PKR.

For a single unit 2012 model 660cc vehicle, the customs agent would usually charge around Rs. 12,000 – 18,000 fee.

So let’s calculate an estimated cost price for importing a 660cc car yourself. (Assuming 1 JPY= 1 PKR).

650,000 (Assumed Winning Auction Price)+
110,000 (C&F)+
341,403 (Import Duty for 2012 model 660cc)+
50,000 (Other expenses like Challan, THC/DO/Shipping, Wharfage, excise, documentation)+
15,000 (Approx. custom agent fee)+
10,000 (Approx. Passport fee)+
15,000 (Optional Transportation charges if you want to transport your car from Karachi to some other city)

All of the number equal to PKR 1,191,403/-

Note: The above calculations do not include port rent charges. As mentioned in my previous articles, port rent charges are applicable when the car has not been cleared out within the given time (Generally 15 days). Moreover, the above-calculated cost does not include illegal expenses like bribery.

IMPORT OF VEHICLES BY OVERSEAS PAKISTANIS

Sr.

Gift Scheme

Transfer of Residence

Personal Baggage Scheme

1.

Stay abroad 700 days in last

three years

Stay aboard 700 days in last

three days

Stay aboard 180 days in last

seven months

2.

Attested copy of Passport and

Pakistan origin car

Attested copy of Passport

and Pakistan origin car

Attested copy of Passport and

Pakistan origin car

3.

Registration Book

Registration Book

Registration Book

4.

Purchase Receipt

Purchase Receipt

Purchase Receipt

5.

Original copy of Bill of Lading

Original copy of Bill of

Lading

Original copy of Bill of Lading

6.

CNIN of Donee

———–

————

7.

A vehicle may be gifted to a

family member normally resident in Pakistan:

(i) Parents to adult children (ii) Adult children to parents (iii) Husband to wife

(iv) Brother or sister

Bill of lading dated not later

than 120 days from the date of arrival of applicant

Bill of lading dated not later than

120 days from the date of arrival of applicant

Depreciation

1% Each month

1% Each month

1% Each month

Year of Model

Not more than 3 years old

Not more than 3 years old

Not more than 3 years old

Type of vehicle

that can be imported

Cars meant for

transport of passengers excluding busses, vans, trucks & pickups, 4X4 vehicles

Agricultural tractors, bulldozers, laser land levelers and combined harvesters Motor cycles and scooters

Cars meant for

transport of passengers, excluding busses, vans, trucks & pickups, 4X4 vehicles

Agricultural tractors, bulldozers, laser land levelers and combined harvesters

Cars meant for

transport of passengers, excluding busses, vans, trucks & pickups, 4X4 vehicles

Agricultural tractors, bulldozers, laser land levelers and combined harvesters

CUSTOM DUTY CHART

Type of vehicle (Used vehicles meant for

transport of passengers)

Taxes

Up to 800 CC (Asian makes only)

US$ 4,400

Up to 800 CC (Other than Asian makes)

US$ 6,600

From 801 CC to 1000 CC

US$ 5,500

From 1001 CC to 1300 CC

US$ 11,000

From 1301 CC to 1500 CC

US$ 15,400

From 1501 CC to 1600 CC

US$ 18,700

From 1601 CC to 1800 CC

excluding jeeps (Asian makes only)

US$ 23,100

Vehicle above 1800 in any category (Saloon or 4×4) will be assessed on Import Trade Price by

Customs Pakistan. For further information contact

Federal Board of Revenue, Helpline (+92 51-111-227-227) Email: helpline@fbr.gov.pk

Hybrid Vehicles

GOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
MINISTRY OF FINANCE, ECONOMIC AFFAIRS, STATISTICS & REVENUE (REVENUE DIVISION)
***
Islamabad, the 12th June, 2013.

NOTIFICATION

(Customs, Sales Tax and Income Tax)

S.R.O. 499 (I)/2013.- In exercise of the powers conferred by section 19 of the Customs Act, 1969 (IV of 1969), clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 13 of the Sales Tax Act, 1990 and sections 53 and 148 of the Income Tax Ordinance, 2001 (XLIX of

2001), and in supersession of Notification No. S.R.O. 607(I)/2012, dated the 2nd June,
2012, the Federal Government is pleased to exempt customs duty, sales tax and withholding tax on import of Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) falling under PCT Code
87.03, specified in column (2) of the Table below, to the extent as specified in column
(3) thereof, namely:-
TABLE

S. No

Engine Capacity

Extent of

exemption in leviable duty

& taxes

(1)

(2)

(3)

1

Upto 1200 CC

100%

2

From 1201 CC to 1800 CC

50%

3

From 1801 CC to 2500 CC

25%

2. This notification shall take effect from the 13th day of June, 2013.


[C. No.1(3)Tar-III/2012/Pt-I]

FAQ about importing cars in Pakistan

Q 1: As an overseas Pakistani can any one import a vehicle from abroad ? Where will I find the relevant information?
Ans: Yes; every overseas Pakistani, subject to fulfillment of eligibility conditions as laid down in The Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000 can import a vehicle from abroad. However, students receiving remittances from Pakistan, non earning member of families of the Pakistani National and those who have imported/gifted vehicle during the last two years can not import a vehicle under the said Rules. The import policy is often revised from time to time, usually after every financial year. Therefore the latest updated version of import policy order must be consulted. As far as import of vehicles by passengers or overseas Pakistanis is concerned. The Personal Baggage and Gift Schemes (Import of Vehicles) Rules, 2000, Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000 and CBR Circular No.4 of 1998 dated 03.06.1998 regarding Capital Value Tax provide details of conditions and procedural formalities.

Q 2: What type of vehicles are importable under Personal Baggage/Gift Scheme and TR Scheme ?
Ans: New or upto 2 year old Car, Bus, Van, Truck and Pickup and 4×4 vehicles are importable under Gift and Personal Baggage Scheme and vehicles of same type which are more than two years old are importable under TR Scheme as per Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000.

Q 3: My Brother went to USA one year ago for studies and now he is returning after completion of study. Can he bring a car ?
Ans: A student receiving remittance from Pakistan is not eligible to import a car in terms of condition-2 of Appendix-G of Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000. If your brother is not receiving any remittances from Pakistan and the vehicle is purchased from his own earnings abroad he is also covered under the Rules.

Q 4: We have appointed a foreign national in our firm on contract basis. Can he bring a car alongwith him ?
Ans: Yes, a non privileged foreign national who comes to Pakistan on a specific contract of service with any local and foreign firm or with a Government or semi-Government Authority in Pakistan can bring a car as personal baggage. The vehicle can only be released on production of employer’s contract (service certificate) and on payment of custom duty and other taxes.

Q 5: How can an overseas Pakistani bring a new car on his return to Pakistan?
Ans: An overseas Pakistani who has been residing abroad for the last seven months and has spent 180 days abroad during the last seven months can bring a new car under the Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000. However, if he brings a vehicle of 1800cc and above or 4×4 vehicle, customs duty and other taxes will be paid in foreign exchange supported by bank encashment certificate.

Q 6: I am returning from abroad after a two month stay ? Can I bring a car or any other vehicle as part of my baggage?
Ans: The minimum stay requirement for bringing a vehicle in baggage is 180 days. Since, your stay is only 60 days you are not eligible to import a vehicle under the Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000.

Q 7: My brother spent 8 months in Dubai and intends to return next month. Can he bring a car ? If yes, What types of vehicles he is allowed to import ?
Ans: Yes, your brother is eligible to import one vehicle under the Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000, but the used vehicle must not be more than two years old (from the date of entry into Pakistan) under baggage scheme. The old and used vehicle must be registered in your brother’s name at least 60 days prior to his departure for Pakistan. The two years old vehicle means a vehicle which is manufactured two years before the date of import, e.g. a vehicle manufactured in January, 1999 is importable upto the end of 2001.

Q 8: My relative is returning from abroad after more than 180 days but he does not know the procedure of importing a vehicle in baggage. Could you please clarify as to what documents will be required and what procedure be followed ?
Ans: He is entitled to import one new or upto two years old vehicle, if he is returning from abroad after completing 180 days from the date of departure from Pakistan to the date of arrival in Pakistan according to the current Import Policy of 2000. If the vehicle is old and used, it must be registered in his name at least 60 days prior to his departure for Pakistan. The following documents will be required to be produced to Customs Authorities.
i) Purchase receipt of the vehicle.

ii) Bill of lading (this document is issued by the shipping company at the time of booking of the vehicle for Pakistan).

iii) Photocopy of passport duly attested by the Embassy / Consulate of Pakistan abroad.

iv) The registration documents in case of used vehicles.

In Custom House, Karachi the clearance of vehicles is done by Group-VIII of Appraisement Collectorate located at First Floor. The passenger who imports the vehicle himself presents the aforementioned documents to import authorization cell (located at ground floor of Custom House, Karachi) alongwith original passport. The staff posted in this cell provides an import authorization form (Free of cost) and the passenger after filling the form delivers it to the concerned staff alongwith above mentioned documents, which after scrutiny is submitted to Deputy / Assistant Collector incharge of Group-VIII for approval /signature.
After approval / signature of the import authorization form, the original documents are handed over to the passenger and the vehicle is cleared upon filing of bill of entry through the Customs approved clearing agent after payment of duty and other taxes. Similarly, vehicle can also be cleared at other Customs Stations i.e. Lahore, Multan, Faisalabad, Sialkot, Quetta, Hyderabad, Rawalpindi and Peshawar.

Q 9: I remained in the UK for three years. Now I am shifting back to Pakistan and transferring all my household goods. Can I bring a car as part of my baggage ?
What allowances are applicable in my case ?

Ans: Yes, you can bring the vehicle alongwith your baggage provided the vehicle is registered in your name for atleast two years abroad and your have a valid driving licence and you have not remained in Pakistan for more than 30 days during the last six months from the date of your final departure for Pakistan. The vehicle’s registration documents must be signed and stamped from the Embassy / Consulate of Pakistan in the country of normal residence abroad. Depreciation at the rate of 4% for first three months, and 2% per month for the subsequent month with a maximum of 50% depreciation, in the value of the vehicle as certified by the manufacturers is allowed in terms of para 2(b) of CGO 4/93. No further allowances or abatements are admissible.

Q 10: I am residing in UAE for the last one year but frequently visited Pakistan and my stay abroad is less than 180 days, can I bring a car under Personal Baggage ?

Ans: No, you are not entitled. In this situation, if Ministry of Commerce, Islamabad permits short stay condonation you can import a new or upto two year old car, provided the old and used vehicle is registered in your name for atleast 60 days prior to your departure for Pakistan.

Q 11: I am residing in Japan for the last seven months and intend to import a used car of 1600cc or 1800cc under Baggage Scheme. What allowance are applicable to my car ?
Ans: Old and used vehicles not more than two years old upto 1800cc imported under Personal Baggage Scheme are not entitled for any depreciation in value as per clause 2(a) of CGO 4/93 dated 07-07-1993. However, the depreciation in value is admissible to more than two years old vehicles of upto 1800cc if imported under Transfer of Residence Scheme vide Appendix-G of Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000.

Q 12: My brother resides in foreign country. He wants to send us two cars. Can he send them and what will be the procedure ?
Ans: Gifting of two cars is not permissible. He can gift only one new or upto two years old car during the last two years of stay abroad to a family member. The family member means father, mother, wife and children above 18 years age provided he has been residing abroad for more than 23 months and not visited Pakistan for more than 30 days during the last six months from the date of gifting the car.
For gifting a car he has to directly approach the Embassy / Consulate of Pakistan at his place of residence abroad for obtaining “Gift certificate” and “Earning certificate” and after obtaining both the certificates he should get attested the photocopy of his passport. He can then gift the vehicle. After gifting the vehicle the relevant documents i.e. gift undertaking, earning certificate, attested copy of passport, bill off lading and invoice be forwarded to the giftee. The giftee on receipt of documents himself or in case of ladies through their attorney should present the above mentioned documents alongwith original NIC to the office of IP Cell in the concerned Custom House, for clearance of vehicle.
The staff posted in IP Cell after scrutiny of the documents will issue import authorization with approval of the Deputy Collector /Assistant Collector incharge and hand over the import authorization and original gift documents to the giftee.The giftee after obtaining the import authorization will file bill of entry through customs authorized clearing agent for clearance of vehicle and the vehicle will be released on payment of duty and other taxes assessed by the Customs in terms of CGO 4/93 dated 07-07-1993.

Q 13: My friend has sent me a 5 year old used car. How can I release the car ?
Ans: A vehicle, more than two years old, is not importable under gift scheme and a person residing abroad can not gift a car to anyone except his mother, father, wife and adult children. The car can only be released on production of specific release permission from the Ministry of Commerce otherwise the vehicle will be liable to confiscation and disposal through auction. However, you can send this car back to your friend after obtaining permission from Customs in terms of condition 6 of Import Trade & Procedure Order, 2000.

Q 14: Can an overseas Pakistani bring one old and used motorcycle in lieu of car under Personal Baggage TR Scheme ?
Ans: No; old and used motorcycle is not importable under Personal Baggage and TR Scheme in terms of Import Trade and Procedure Order, 2000. Only passenger motor car, bus, van and pickups including 4×4 vehicles are covered under the definition of vehicle under the said Rules.

Q 15: My brother is residing in USA and holds USA nationality. Can he bring a car under Personal Baggage / Gift Scheme ?
Ans; No; he is not entitled to import a car under Personal Baggage / Gift Scheme. However, a citizen of Pakistan residing abroad having dual nationality can import a car under Pakistani Passport but the foreign passport is also required for confirmation of requisite stay abroad.

Q 16: If I am unable to pay the duty, taxes assessed on my car, what will happen? Can I send my car back?
Ans: The car will be liable for disposal through auction. You can however claim the sale proceeds after deduction of all leviable duty, taxes and other charges. (However you can send it back after obtaining NOC from Ministry of Commerce and State Bank of Pakistan.

Q 17: How do you work out duty, taxes on a vehicle? What will be the total duty, taxes upon, say Toyota Corolla Car, 1998 model with 1600cc petrol engine?

Ans: The duty rate is determined from Pakistan Customs Tariff, which is 1st Schedule of the Customs Act, 1969. The rates are fixed through Finance Bill by the legislature. The rates are advalorem, e.g., 150% of value of the car. Thus value of the vehicle forms the basis of determining customs duty. Value of the vehicle is determined on the basis of guidelines provided in Customs General Order No. 04/93 dated 07-07-1993. According to the instructions, the FOB (Free on Board) value which normally also includes agent’s commission is obtained from the manufacturer of the imported vehicle. Freight (as fixed vide CGO 4/93), insurance @ 1% of FOB value and landing cost @ 1% are added to arrive at the final assessable value. On this value, Rate of Custom Duty (as provided in Tariff) which depends on factors like engine capacity, engine type, seating capacity etc is applied to obtain payable Customs Duty. The Customs duty so determined is added to the ascertained value and on this enhanced value (customs duty paid value), Sales tax rate is applied to obtain leviable sales tax. The sales tax so determined is added to the customs duty paid value to obtain value for levy of advanced income tax @ 6%. The Capital Wealth Tax is collected on ascertained value inclusive of custom duty, sales tax and income tax, on the rates as provided under circular No.4 of 1998 issued by the Central Board of Revenue. A list of duty, taxes calculated on the basis of existing duty rates, value and exchange rates is attached as (Annex- ). You may consult the list for reference purpose. But duty and taxes may vary as fluctuations in exchange rates or tariff rates may enhance or lessen the duty and taxes. As per customs tariff 2000-2001, the customs duty for a motor car of 1600cc is 150%, sales tax 15%, income tax 6% and capital value tax is 6.25%. The duty and other taxes for Toyota Corolla car 1600cc come to Rs.11,67,607.00 if imported under Transfer of Residence Scheme. The statement at (Annex- ) shows the duty and other taxes for various types of vehicles for reference purpose.

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