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Car Shipping to Switzerland

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When shipping a car to Switzerland, you have to decide whether it is going to be a worthwhile endeavor.

To ship a car to Switzerland you need to consider the following:

  • What will the cost for shipping the car be?
  • What will the cost for insuring your car for the shipment be?
  • Do you want Roll-on Roll-off or container shipping
  • What will the cost in port taxes be?
  • What will the port fees be?

Make sure that you’re prepared for the cost and fees that are included in transporting your vehicle.

Door-to-door, port-to-port, however you need it, we tailor our services to your needs. You can reach us 24/7 with and questions or concerns at 888-532-8805.

To protect yourself and your vehicle it’s recommended to take multiple pictures of your vehicle before you ship your car to Switzerland. It’s also recommended that you do not put personal belongings in the car, as you can never be too cautious with your belongings.

Shipping Your Car Via RoRo

RoRo (Roll-on Roll-off) shipping is the most common method for shipping vehicles. The vehicle is driven on to a massive ship and parked, strapped down, and blocked to the ship’s deck. The car must be drivable for this process.

Shipping Your Car Via Container

Container shipping is the more expensive method to ship your car international. This method could be right for you if you want to ship multiple vehicles, are moving, or have personal belongings that you want to ship with the car. An itemized list of the belongings in the container must be presented. Your vehicle will be strapped, blocked, and braced to the floor of the container. The container is also loaded before being lifted onto the ship, and unloaded after being lifted off.

Ask our shipping experts what method would suit your needs best! Call us now at 888-532-8805

Ship Your Car Now’s Checklist for Shipping a Car to Switzerland

Before shipping your vehicle make sure to have the proper documentation on our checklist below, or call us at 888-532-8805 to speak with one of our shipping experts.

  • The vehicle can have no more than a ¼ tank of gas during shipping
  • If the vehicle was recently purchased, you need the title and a notarized bill of sale showing a zero balance due.
  • If the vehicle is financed you need a lien authorization letter and a copy of the title, with both signed stamped and sealed by the lien holder
  • Shipping a vehicle internationally can take 4-6 weeks. Please speak with one of our experts to discuss your options

Don’t forget to read through and print out our International Car Shipping Checklist!

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The major cities of Switzerland:

Cities of Switzerland

  • Zurich
  • Geneva
  • Basel
  • Bern (Capital)
  • Lausanne
  • St. Gallen
  • Lugano

Ship Your Car Now operates from dozens of locations around the US to make the process of shipping your vehicle to Switzerland easy for you. Any information you need will be provided to you, and we can be reached at any time to assist with any assistance you may need during the process. Our goal is to make shipping your vehicle completely painless and stress free!

Information about Switzerland:

  • Languages – German, French, Italian, Romansh
  • Capital City – Bern
  • Currency – Swiss Franc (CHF)

For more information on Switzerland contact us at 888-532-8805 and speak with our international shipping experts today!

The Geography of Switzerland:

Switzerland is home to the world famous Swiss Alps, a high mountain range running across the central-south of the country. Switzerland is divided in to 26 sovereign cantons, and is also home to over 1500 lakes.

The Climate of Switzerland

Mountain View of Switzerland
Generally, Switzerland has a temperate climate but can still vary greatly between localities. The driest season is typically in autumn, but the instability of the climate makes weather patterns unpredictable year to year.

 
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