Thinking the same Riz, But...July 24 2012 at 3:54 PM
|kevin (no login)|
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Response to Re: Thanks My idea was
it may be easier to buy something there, ride it, then unload it, alot of people do that in Thailand. Ownership of bikes is harder overseas, plus add the taxes and compliance shit. The other way is to contact the embassy and have your bike as part of the passport, meaning you can't sell it, but you don't have to meet compliance and you don't pay taxes, but you have to leave with it. Thgat entails shipping both ways though. So like I said, buy something there, ride it, then sell it. Even if you loose $500 or $1000, it's still cheaper. I was thinking of going this winter and spending 4 to 6 months and riding the coast road around Aus.