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Car Shipping To Kenya

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  • Cost starts from: £795.00
  • Roll on/Roll off: Yes ✓
  • Container Shipping: Yes ✓
  • Frequency of sailing: weekly

For affordable car shipping to Kenya, First Base Freight offer roll on/roll off to the port of Mombasa three times a month and container services every week. Our fully insured and regulated International Vehicle Shipping Company has been shipping cars to Mombasa for over 10 years from the UK. Our highly trained and motivated staff can ship any vehicle to Kenya from the ports of London, Killingholme or Sheerness for you without hassle, on time, every time.

We are a leading UK vehicle shipping company that has experience that dates back decades, we guarantee that your vehicle is in the right hands from exporting it from the UK right to when it has been imported in to Kenya. Only major shipping lines are used when we ship our vehicles overseas, we choose only the best in the market because they are reliable and completely professional.

Car Shipping Costs To Kenya

Our car shipping costs to Kenya will vary as this will depend on the make and model of vehicle and which port it sails from. Typical car shipping costs to Mombasa start from £795.00 from Southampton or £895.00 from Immingham. This is based on a standard size saloon, such a Mercedes E Class. The car shipping costs to Kenya for a standard 4 x 4 such as a Toyota Rav 4 will cost £1040.00 from Southampton or £985.00 from Immingham. Sheerness or Killingholme will cost £1055 for an SUV or £945 for a saloon. For larger vehicles such as vans and trucks, you will need to advise us the dimensions such as the length, width and height.

Roll on/roll off car shipping to Mombasa, Kenya

Roll On/Roll off car shipping to Kenya

Our roll on/roll off car shipping services to Kenya sail from the UK approximately 3 times a month, with two sailings from Immingham and only one sailing from Killingholme and Sheerness ensures that our services remain frequent to Mombasa port. Roll on/roll off shipping, also known in the shipping industry RoRo continues to be the favoured choice for our customers. The ease of loading and unloading vehicles makes this a highly valued option. Less handling of vehicles means less costs to you.

Container Car Shipping Kenya

Container shipping cars to Kenya

Our weekly container services sail to the port of Mombasa in Kenya. We can load a vehicle at one of the many loading facilities throughout the UK and ship it to Kenya easily for you. We can also arrange to have a container delivered to your place of residence or place of work where you can arrange to load the container yourself. The costs to ship 20ft, 40ft or 40ft HC containers to Mombasa will vary so for an up to date price please complete our quick quote form today.

Does my vehicle have to be Right Hand Drive?

Only Right Hand Drive (RHD) motor vehicles whose Year of First Registration is from 1st January 2009 and later shall be allowed into Kenya. This has been the case since 1st January 2016.

Any 2008 or older model vehicle arriving in Kenya will not be complying with KS1515:2000 and shall be rejected at the Exporters/Importers expense.

Kenya vehicle inspection certificate for all vehicle imports

The Kenya vehicle inspections stops vehicles being imported into Kenya that are not roadworthy, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS) has made it a requirement that all vehicles coming into Kenya must be inspected by their appointed inspection company prior to import to avoid being fined.

Contact JEVIC to book your vehicle inspection prior to shipment, you can call them on Tel: +44 (0)1483 276900 or +44 (0)1483 276900. They will arrange a convenient date and time to complete the inspection for you.

If you do not have the inspection prior to shipping your vehicle then an inspection in Kenya will be done at a cost of 15% of the CIF value as well as the importer having to execute a redeemable bond of a similar amount pending verification. For more information on what the JEVIC inspection involves please refer to the JEVIC website.



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