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Exporting Bike to Malaysia


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Hi, any bros here who have successfully done a proper legal export of bike to Malaysia before? Would like to know the necessary steps cos can't really find the info on LTA website. I know it has to be de-registered first, but then, after deregister how you bring over? Or you bring bike there first then deregister in Singapore? Any other documents or $$ needed? Thanks.

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Hi, any bros here who have successfully done a proper legal export of bike to Malaysia before? Would like to know the necessary steps cos can't really find the info on LTA website. I know it has to be de-registered first, but then, after deregister how you bring over? Or you bring bike there first then deregister in Singapore? Any other documents or $$ needed? Thanks.

 

You may want to refer to this

 

http://www.onemotoring.com.sg/publish/onemotoring/en/lta_information_guidelines/de_register_a_vehicle/de-register.html

 

Another way is to ask a shop to export it over to Malaysia. More money but less hassle for you.

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Dude,

One thing you have to remember is the Malaysian side. As long as it's not a locally made vehicle, M'sian Customs will need an AP (Approval Permit) for the vehicle to be imported into the country. Basically, the AP will bump up the price of the bike tremendously....

 

Why do you think a CBR1000 costs S$21K here but RM92K (Approx S$40)... that's almost double.

"Keep your friends close but your enemies closer"

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Dude,

One thing you have to remember is the Malaysian side. As long as it's not a locally made vehicle, M'sian Customs will need an AP (Approval Permit) for the vehicle to be imported into the country. Basically, the AP will bump up the price of the bike tremendously....

 

Why do you think a CBR1000 costs S$21K here but RM92K (Approx S$40)... that's almost double.

 

Modenas dont need an AP rite? :p

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you report stolen...what happen later on.

if Malaysia polis find the bike having criminal case you have trouble...unless buyer didn't have any document to proof he is the owner.

 

erm i was actually joking when i said that, see the "lol"

but then up to the buyer/seller, it's the buyer's problem after, n u know how m'sia works, polis can bypass anytime.

Accident can happen anytime, anywhere.

However ask yourself, do you want to fall at 120km/h or 60km/h?

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I am new here, anyone can help me about the procedure motorcycles shipment from Singapore to Indonesia? whatever it takes?

 

Thanks

 

sold my bike to Indonesian buyer before..

 

send to bike shop, they will help to deregister from LTA. then indo buyer came to the shop and dismantle all parts, put in crate, he ship over.

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