Commodity


Chapter
87 Vehicles; other than railway or tramway rolling stock, and parts and accessories thereof

Sub Chapter
8702 Vehicles; public transport passenger type

Sub Heading
870220 NEW, RIGHT HAND DRIVE, FITTED WITH INTERIOR PARCEL RACKS, FOOT-RESTS,MAGAZINE NETS, COAT HOOKS,RECLINING SEATS,ARM RESTS,MICROPHONE AND RADIO OR CASSETTE EQUIPMENT,AIR CONDITIONING WITH INDIVIDUAL CONTROL,PNEUMATIC PLUG DOORS,INDIVIDUAL READING LIGHTS,CHE

Code
8702208100 OTHER, OF A VEHICLE MASS NOT EXCEDING 2000 KG: WITH A VALUE FOR AD VALOREM CUSTOMS DUTY

 

Tariffs


Displaying 1-6 of 6 result(s).
Country GroupGroup DescriptionActivityTariff RateUnitValid FromValid To
CDGCustoms Duty GeneralImport25%NMB30-03-202031-12-9999
EU-PREFEU Preferential RateImport20%NMB30-03-202031-12-9999
EFTA-PREFEFTA Preferential RateImport20%NMB30-03-202031-12-9999
SADC-PREFSADC Preferential RateImportFREENMB30-03-202031-12-9999
MERC-PREFMERCOSUR - Preferential RateImportFREENMB30-03-202031-12-9999
VATValue Added TaxImport15%NMB30-03-202031-12-9999

 

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
Registration of Imported Motor Vehicles Registration Requirement Eswatini Revenue Authority No motor vehicle registering authority in Swaziland shall register any motor vehicle which has previously been registered in a territory outside Swaziland unless a certificate issued by an officer is produced stating that the requirements of this Act in respect of the importation of such vehicle have been complied with. Clearance certificate application should be made 2 days after declaration of importation at the point of entry The Customs and Excise Act, 1971 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
Registration of Motor Vehicles Registration of new, second hand and imported Motor Vehicles Procedure View

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
Motor trade number licence Licensing Requirement Ministry of Public Works and Transport Every motor trade number issued under this Act shall be licensed by the holder of such motor trade number in the prescribed manner and against payment of the prescribed fee. A person who is a manufacturer, builder, importer, motor transport contractor or motor dealer may operate a motor vehicle which may not otherwise be operated on a public road, under a motor trade number issued in terms of this Part for a valid purposes. The Road Traffic Act, 2007 09-09-9999

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
Motor vehicle temporary and special permits. Permit Requirement Ministry of Public Works and Transport A person who desires to operate a motor vehicle on a public road which has not been registered and licensed, which may not otherwise be so operated, may apply for a special permit. A temporary permit shall not be issued in respect of a motor vehicle imported by a person other than an importer; has been manufactured, built or imported by a manufacturer, builder or importer, unless a roadworthy certificate in respect of such motor vehicle is submitted. The Road Traffic Act, 2007 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
Registration of Motor Vehicles Registration of new, second hand and imported Motor Vehicles Procedure View

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
Motor vehicle roadworthy certificate Registration Requirement Ministry of Public Works and Transport A person shall not operate a motor vehicle on a public road if such motor vehicle is not in a roadworthy condition. This certification is provided by the Royal Eswatini Police Service The Road Traffic Act, 2007 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
Registration of Motor Vehicles Registration of new, second hand and imported Motor Vehicles Procedure View

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Exporting Company Motor Vehicles Permit Requirement The Royal Eswatini Police Service This process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a company motor vehicle exported from Eswatini. The permit is in the form of a formal document (serialized with a prescribed format). The regional trading countries under SADC require that an export of a vehicle must be cleared from the National Police Service – Interpol before the exportation. The certificate is obtained from the Regional Police Clearance Offices after review and processing of formal application made at the Police headquarters in Mbabane. The permit has a validity period of 90 days from date of issue and must be used once for each consignment. Upon meeting all application requirements; the permit is issued and delivered on the same day of application. A charge of SZL 70 is applied to the processing of the certificate. The Theft of Motor Vehicle Act, 1991 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Exporting Company Motor Vehicle This process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a company motor vehicle exported from Eswatini. The permit is in the form of a formal document (serialized with a prescribed format). Export View

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Importing motor vehicles from non-SADC Areas General The Royal Eswatini Police Service The Royal Swaziland Police is involved in approving the import and export of cars and the issue of a SARPCCO certificates to allow the export and import of vehicles. REPS also issues a Police Clearance (PCL) RSP200 form, for importing vehicles (brand new, second-hand and non-SARPCCO originating second-hand). These vehicles are however first imported and the process of obtaining the RSP200 is required to allow registration of the vehicle. The RSP200 is therefore not a required document for import but it is a leeway to register the imported car. The Theft of Motor Vehicle Act, 1991 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for Importing Motor Vehicles from Non-SADC Areas This process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a new vehicle imported into the country from a non-SADC country. Import View

Measures


Name Type Agency Description Comments Law Validity
SARPCCO Clearance Certificate for importing motor vehicles from SADC Areas General The Royal Eswatini Police Service The Royal Swaziland Police is involved in approving the import and export of motor vehicles and the issue of SARPCCO certificates to allow the exporting and importing of vehicles. REPS also issues a Police Clearance (PCL) RSP200 form, for importing vehicles (brand new, second-hand and non-SARPCCO originating second-hand). These vehicles are however first imported and the process of obtaining the RSP200 is required to allow registration of the vehicle. The RSP200 is therefore not a required document for importing but only for registration after importing. The Theft of Motor Vehicle Act, 1991 09-09-9999

Procedures

Name Description Category View Procedure Detail with Relevant Forms
SARPCCO Clearance certificate for Importing Motor Vehicles from the SADC Region This process represents the procedure for obtaining a SARPCCO clearance certificate which is required to register a new vehicle imported into the country from any area within the SADC Region. The certificate is obtained from the Police HQ. Import View