Transporting Vehicles to the U.S.

People need to transport their vehicles to the USA for several different reasons. Such as vacation, temporary work, and college, to name a few. The shipping industry has become a viable option for parties to arrange and transport their vehicles into the United States.

Vehicles entering the U.S. must comply with several governmental standards. The Motor Vehicle Safety Act and the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Air Act are among these. These laws apply equally to every international vehicle entering the U.S.

Customs, Border Patrol, and the EPA aren’t the only bodies regulating international vehicle shipping. The Department of Transport (DOT) and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are other essential administrations.

The movement of these vehicles around the globe is done by land, sea, and railroad. Cars from Europe and Japan are first transported to the shipping docks, which are inspected and loaded on board to be shipped to North America. Canadian vehicles are shipped via railroads such as the CN railroad. On land, vehicles are usually shipped via auto carriers which can hold many cars at once.

Whatever the shipping method, our 17-digit VinDecoder will verify the VIN for

compliance and then decode key VIN data elements. Such as curb weights, dimensions, and other essential attributes.

Why choose ESP Data Solutions? We’ve been in business for 25 years, over 5,000 OEM vehicle and trailer manufacturers covered.