Process and Documentation to Import a Motor Vehicle into Grenada
Guidelines to follow while importing used car in Grenada :-
Shipping Ports :-
Ports for shipment of vehicle in Grenada are Saint George’s and Grenville. No specific inspection is required on used vehicles imported in Grenada.
Right-hand drive vehicles :-
Importation of vehicles with steering on right-hand side is allowed in Grenada.
Documents required for port clearance :-
Commercial/ Purchase Invoice determining vehicle type, make, weight.
Bill Of Lading (BOL)
Value Declaration Form
Certificate of Title and Registration
Note: In case of absence of Invoice, vehicles may be examined on a form C22.
Taxes and Duties on used vehicles :-
- Environmental Levy
Used Vehicles (1-4 years old) – 2%
Used Vehicles (over 5 years old) – 30%
Used Trucks :-
- 1-10 tons: 5%
- 10-20 tons: 10%
- Over 20 tons: 20%
Returning Residents :- Grenadian nationals who have been residing abroad a period of seven years continuously and have decided to return to Grenada on a permanent basis are considered as returning nationalists.
Proof of Eligibility :-
- Valid passport
- Proof of nationality – (passport, birth certificate, etc.)
- One-way ticket to Grenada
- Retirement letter from the last place worked
- Pension letter
Duties and Taxes :-
- Customs Service Charge- 5%
- Environmental Levy- $2000, irrespective of age
The importer shall abide by the following conditions after exemption on duty is granted :-
- The importer shall not sell, lend, exchanged or otherwise disposed of the vehicle within a period of three years without the payment of the applicable duties.
- The importer is allowed to sell the vehicle after three years without the payment of Customs duties (Residual Duties).
- If the returnee leaves the country for a period less than six months then the Comptroller of Customs must be informed of the custody of the vehicle.
- In case the returnee leaves Grenada for a continuous period of over six months, then all applicable duties will be immediately paid in full. Except for special circumstances as determined by the Comptroller of Customs.
Note: If any term of the agreement is violated, then the Comptroller reserves the right to seize the vehicle as being liable to penalty pending payment of the applicable duties in full.