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Information about Jamaica
Jamaica is an island in the Caribbean Sea situated about 145 km (90 mi) S of Cuba. It has a total area of 10,990 sq km (4,243 sq mi) and extends, at maximum, 235 km (146 mi) N–S and 82 km (51 mi) E–W. Comparatively, the area occupied by Jamaica is slightly smaller than the state of Connecticut. The total coastline is 1,022 km (634 mi). It is considered a part of the West Indies. Two major cities are Kingston and Montego Bay. Some important towns are Spanish Town,Portmore, Old Harbour, May Pen, Port Antonio, Linstead, Constant Spring, Savanna-la-Mar, Santa Cruz and Saint Ann’s Bay,
People of Jamaica West Indies love their cars
Folks in the Caribbean islands of Jamaica West Indies love their cars, 4×4 pick-up trucks, 4×4 SUVs, vans, trucks and buses. They want them to be of highest quality but are always on the look out for Jamaica Cars For Sale and Jamaica 4×4 Pick-up trucks for sale and Jamaica SUV for sale. Most buyers will buy in the local market from auto traders in Jamaica West Indies as they can touch and feel the vehicle and have it right away if they like a particular car or pick-up truck. Many dealers and auto traders in Jamaica offer cars, luxury cars, vans, bus, truck, pick-up truck or SUVs on sale so there is always a car to be found in a person’s budget. Whether you are in Kingston, Jamaica or Montego Bay, Jamaica or in some small or large town and looking for a deal or new or used car or truck an email at [email protected] can get your vehicle of your dream. If you are looking for Toyota For Sale in Jamaica whether it be Toyota Hilux, Toyota Fortuner, Toyota Prado, Toyota Land Cruiser, Toyota RAV4, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Toyota Camry or any other Toyota you have come to the right place. Instead of buying from new and used motor vehicle dealers in Jamaica you buy from the dealers’ dealer who buys top quality used vehicles from private owners for select customers in Jamaica.
Those Jamaicans who want greater selection and greater savings they can take the middleman from the equation and buy directly and buy from Jim Autos directly. One email at [email protected] gives you access to their Thailand office, England United Kingdom office, Australia office, Japan office and Dubai office. You can purchase not only top quality brand new 2017 2018 Thailand vehicles, UK vehicles, Australia vehicles and Japanese vehicles but also used vehicles of all kinds. Our used cars, pickups, suvs, luxury vehicles, vans, trucks, buses and machinery are handpicked by our experts for their quality and value.
For those looking for Jamaica cars for sale have to just go to their computer and a quick email will give them access to world’s best auto dealer where all car models are on sale. There are no sale games. You get haggle-free and hassle-free low price that you can take to the bank.
Buying Jamaica Cars for Sale from outside Jamaica
Wow! What a concept. If you want a real sale then you have no choice but to go to a global dealership which can get you rock-bottom prices on over hundreds of models from over 30 brand names so whether you are looking for Used Toyota, Used Mitsubishi, Used Mazda, Used Nissan, Used Lexus, Used Infiniti, Used Hyundai, Used Isuzu, Used Chevy, Used Kia, Used Porsche, Used Mercedes-Benz, Used Honda, Used Land Rover, Used Saab, Used Peugeot, Used Jaguar, Used Hummer, Used Volvo or any other brand of your used vehicle Jim is the best choice.
New 2017 2018 Jamaica Cars For Sale
If you are looking for brand new 2017 2018 vehicles then Jim global is once again the best choice. Whether you are looking for New Toyota, New Mitsubishi, New Mazda, New Nissan, New Lexus, New Infiniti, New Hyundai, New Isuzu, New Chevy, New Kia, New Porsche, New Mercedes-Benz, New Honda, New Land Rover, New Saab, New Peugeot, New Jaguar, New Hummer or New Volvo then they are available at Jim global branches.
New and Used pick-up Trucks for Sale in Jamaica
If you want to import diesel pick-up trucks then Jim is world’s top exporter of diesel pick-up trucks to Jamaica. 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 Jamaica.
Import Duty in Jamaica
Duty rates vary between 0% and 70%, with an average rate of 17.45%. Importsinto Jamaica are subject to a standard General Consumption Tax (GCT) rate of 16.5%, levied on the sum of the CIF value, duty, Special Consumption Tax (SCT), and Stamp Duty.
DUTIES, TAXES AND FEES ON IMPORTED ITEMS COLLECTED BY CUSTOMS in Jamaica
1. Import Duty
2. Stamp Duty
3. Additional Stamp Duty
4. General Consumption Tax (GCT)
5. Special Consumption Tax (SCT)
6. Standard Compliance Fee (SCF)
7. Customs Administrative Fee
8. Processing Fee
9. Environmental Levy
This is the duty payable on imported goods. The rates of duty are published in the Jamaica Customs Tariff, which may be purchased from Jamaica Printing Services at 77 ½ Duke Street, Kingston, Telephone (876) 967-2250; [email protected]
Postage Stamps amounting to the value of Jamaican Five Dollars ($5) must be affixed to receipts with a Cost Insurance and Freight (c.i.f.) value of Five Thousand Five Hundred Jamaican Dollars (J$5,500) and less. For receipts with values above this range, One Hundred Dollars ($100) worth of stamps must be affixed.
Additional stamp duty is payable on certain items e.g., chicken and most chicken parts, pork and some pork products, beef and some beef products; some aluminum products, alcoholic beverages, and cigarettes.
General Consumption Tax (GCT) and Special Consumption Tax (SCT)
The General Consumption Tax Act provides for two main types of taxes.
These are General Consumption Tax (GCT) and Special Consumption Tax (SCT).
Since October 22, 1991, the General Consumption Tax (GCT) and Special Consumption Tax(SCT) have replaced several duties and taxes, e.g., Excise Duty, CARICOM Duty, Consumption Duty, Entertainment Duty, Retail Sales Tax, Hotel Accommodation Tax and Telephone Service Tax.
GCT is paid on goods and services except those items that are zero-rated and those that are exempted from GCT. Zero rated items are items that attract 0% GCT. Exempted items are items that do not attract GCT.
SCT is payable on a few items. These are alcoholic beverages, most tobacco products and some petroleum products.
Most items attract only GCT, while some attract both GCT and SCT.
The Customs Administrative Fee is applicable to all imports and is calculated on the CIF value of all goods being imported. The fee also forms part of the personal and household effects of a passenger, if the value of these goods have exceeded US$500.00.
This is a fee of 0.3% collected on behalf of the Bureau of Standards. SCF is calculated on the CIF value.
Processing Fees are required for the processing of certain documents submitted to the Customs Department. These are:
Application to load or unload cargo at a Sufferance Wharf
Application to amend report
Bill of Sight
Request to import goods for temporary use
Application to remove goods under bond prior to entry
Unaccompanied baggage declaration
Request to repack warehouse goods
Application to remove goods for re-warehousing
Transshipment-shipment shipping bill
Permit to export goods for subsequent re-importation
Shipping bill for export
Import entry, which will replace the form C79.
Where are Duties and Taxes on Imported Goods Paid?
Duties and taxes must be paid to a Customs Cashier at the Custom House or at each clearance point, e.g., wharf or airport. Duties and taxes on imported postal packages must be paid at the Post Office. The duties and taxes on goods requiring a prescribed Import Entry are paid at the Custom House and the services of a licensed Customs Broker should be used to undertake this task. Goods, which have CIF value of the Jamaican equivalent to United States Five Thousand Dollars (US$5,000) or less, may be cleared without the services of a licensed Customs Broker.
N.B. Jamaican Customs Duties are collected in Jamaica only by the Jamaica Customs Department, the Post & Telegraph Department and from time to time by the Inland Revenue Department.
Cost: This is the total cost of the goods abroad including ex-factory price, commission, mark-up and inland freight but excluding sales tax and interest. The cost of the goods is sometimes expressed as FOB (Free on Board) or FOA (Free on Air)
Insurance: This is the insurance charge which is payable to transport the goods to Jamaica in order to ensure that some compensation will be available to you in the event of the loss or damage of the goods.
If you have not paid any insurance charges when freighting your goods to Jamaica, an insurance charge is still applicable for valuation purposes. For goods arriving by sea, the insurance charge is 1.5% of the total Cost and Freight(c. & f.), that is, if the goods cost US$100 and the freight charge is US$50, then C&F would be US$100 + US$50 = US$150. 1.5% of US$150, i.e. 150 x 3/200 = US$2.25.
Total c.i.f. therefore is $100 + $50 + $2.25 = US$152.25.
For shipments arriving by air the insurance applicable is 1% of the total of the Cost and Freight.
Freight: This is the amount of money paid or payable to the shipping agent or the airlines for the goods to be shipped or transported to Jamaica, including inland freight, packaging and handling charges.
0.5% of the CIF value of all imports