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Since we pay 40 lakhs for a car worth 10 lakhs in India, I was wondering if there is any way we can buy car from India and register in Nepal without custom 😀
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LOL Best of Luck! 😂👍
Cycle chai milxa bro.
A family member of my friend from Biratnagar bought a base level Scorpio. Bhitra khei ni thiyena interior ma. Register garera India lagyo (1 day pass milara). Nepal ma 10 lakh parni upgrade 2lakh jati IC ma garyo. Pheri Nepal lyayo.
But they were well connected on both sides of border. Wouldn’t recommend for everyone.
Malai yesto thoughts haru kasto cute lagcha. Kya majjale sochdine ke!
there is one way i know, that you can do so. But it requires a proper chain of procedures. Both logistical and bureaucratic problems and / or bribing will come to play. Mind you, it will take over whatever work you are doing since this will be a venture and not a one time option.
So basically what you do is, you smuggle a car bought in India. The vehicle/s is unregistered and illegal. You take it to your safehouse full of a team of mechanics, who take all the electronics and engine apart and leave the chassis and bodywork, even the wheels are not to left behind. so basically a husk of your brand new mahinrda XUV700 for example which you bought at its INR value.
Now you pick this husk up and drop it in a remote area near the border towns of nepal, and tip a police that some unknown vehicle is on the road unattended since days. Police comes asks locals, and seizes the husk of your XUV700. Police keeps the husk for some time, idk how long months maybe, and then they have to auction the shit away. The auction starts near the market value of a husk, say 5lakhs (guess). No stupid bidder will bid more than market value of a new body of xuv700. You however, bid 10Lakhs or maybe 7L if you feel a bit dangerous hehe. The auction ends in your favour. The auction ends with you being the rightful owner of a vehicle chassis and its billbook afterwards. You take the husk back to your safehouse, refit everything exactly since your team of mechanics are sitting on its original spares since mnths doing jackshit nothing. You sell the now registered vehicle in the market for 100% its market value, with a return on invest well over 100% your original investment, its INR value.
Hope you dont get ratted out by any of your sleazy contacts
Even if you try the legal way and bought an automobile in india and try to register it in nepal thorugh custom its big headache!
It’s same in india aswell but there are loophole in there in nepal you have to bribe but sooner or later you vehicle will be confiscated by authorities…The question you should be asking would be why don’t we have graveyard sales like they do in other countries…Some vehicles in traffic police headquarters are in decent condition but they are left to rust…Why can’t I pay the fine for those and transfer the ownership to me? This would save everyone a lot of money. And it benifits nepalese economy aswell…
dk about car but living in the eastern part of nepal i’ve seen many people smuggle bikes through borders and been using here with a fake number plate .
There is no way to do this. If it was doable, there’d be a huge illegal market for it.
1. Buy a car in India.
2. Bring it in Nepal and pay Bhansar
3. Take it back to India every 2-3 months to renew bhansar.
4. You’d have paid like 5 times less.
Euta dwastai 2nd hand gadi kinera lagne india ma ani utai sasto pasto ma sabai saman fer dini. Like brand new jastai parera ani lera auni nepal.
kisi ko pata nahi chalega
Why does Nepal has such high tariffs?
India has high tariffs to help its car industry. Nepal is not expected to have a car industry anytime soon. Why limit the purchasing power of people so much?
Is it a socialist/communist thing? That only rich ppl buy cars, so lets milk them?
The rich businessman who has car business & Nepal government won’t be happy with you.
Where is that tax amount spent
I know a guy who spent 2 years in prison. He used to bring cars from India without custom clearance..
>I was wondering if there is any way we can buy car from India and register in Nepal without custom
💀 bro is asking how to commit tax fraud.
Nepal imposes 125% import duty on vehicles, just so you know
If you live on the side of a border, you could probably drive it in your area with a indian number plate without the cops knowing but not the highways.
Other than that no
Yes, it’s totally doable. You can totally buy a car in India, bring it to Nepal without paying taxes or “smuggle” as you say and put it in your living room. It’s not even illegal.
You just can’t drive it or can’t be caught while driving.
Vehicle import garna mildaina if you pay tax as well due to nada.
Read this: and you will understand.
Drive garera aau
You mean like the car import business that dodges vansar?
Tyo ta kunai pani car dealership ko owner lai sodha na, sikaidii po halxa ki
If you work for the Ministry of Froeign Affairs, you can import vehicles without any customs.
mantri ko xora ho vaney its possible, tyo vanda aaru chai im sorry
after reading this i was like, huh, what, why, how, don’t you need number plates, ugh this is stupid.
But india bad .isn’t it?
wow, noone ever thought of it. dumbass
Yes do it as long as you are not caught one day by mama . If you ger caught then will have to pay a big heafty Customs and fines for Tax Evasion and also for government Stamp and signature Duplicate Fraud. Minimum 2 years Imprisonment & upto 2 Lakhs fine for that and seperate Custom Tax Evasion Fine and penalty according to market value of vehile you smuggled. Best of Luck dude.
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