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Anyone knows someone or had experience shipping motorcycle from one country to another?


I'm riding Piaggio Vespa LX150.

COE finishing in Mar2017.

Decide not to renew & send bike from Singapore to Morocco.

Bike will be in Morocco for personal use.

Air cargo is out of the equation!


Appreciate some advice in all the breakdown details, costs and other arrangements.

Where do I start?


Thanks for your help!

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