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please find below guidelines for vehicle importation in the Philippines...
Further, as per our previous experience, the current duties for the imported vehicle is 30%, Tax is 12% plus excise tax.
Only Diplomats may be duties and tax exempt.
Importation of used motor vehicle is ban under EO 156. Except those that are for donation, balikbayan and
commercial attaché.
To elaborate, please read the statement below:
MOTOR VEHICLES
1. CAN ANYONE BRING IN A MOTOR VEHICLES?
Yes, provided that the motor vehicle is brand new. Under Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Circular 92, Series of 1995, dated October 15,1995, the importation of a brand new motor vehicle of all types, including motorcycles has been liberalized and would no longer thus require prior authority to import.
2. WHEN IS A MOTOR VEHICLE BRAND NEW?

A motor vehicle is brand new if and only if the following criteria are satisfied:
1. That the motor vehicle is of current or advance year model;
2. It has never been registered or used;
3. It is covered by a certificate of first ownership;
4. Of the year of the immediate preceding year in the country of origin and/or manufacture provided that:
5. The motor vehicle has a mileage of not more than 50 kilometers and;
6. The motor vehicle has been acquired by the importer from the dealer as first owner.
1. HOW ABOUT MOTOR VEHICLES NOT OF CURRENT OR ADVANCE YEAR MODEL?
They shall be processed as in used motor vehicle.
1. WHAT ABOUT USED MOTOR VEHICLES?
Only qualified individuals may bring in a used motor vehicle, which shall be duly covered by a prior authority to import. Under appendix 1 –D of BSP Circular-Letter, Series of 1995, dated October 19, 1995, the importation of used vehicles continue to be regulated and would therefore require prior authority from the Bureau of Import Services (BIS), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

1. WHO IS QUALIFIED TO IMPORT USED MOTOR VEHICLES? Under Executive Order No. 284 as implemented by BIS, in relation to BSP Circular-Letter, Series of 1995, added dated October 19, 1995, the following individuals maybe allowed to bring in used motor vehicles:
1. A returning Filipino or a former Filipino citizen who has stayed abroad for more than a year;
2. An immigrant to the Philippines (shall be at least a holder of a 13G Visa duly Issued by the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation).
Provided further that:
1. Only one (1) unit motor vehicle per family is allowed to be brought in. (A motorcycle is considered a motor vehicle for this purpose).
2. The vehicle is registered in his name for at least six (6) months prior to shipment to the Philippines;
3. Proof can be presented that the vehicle was acquired out of the earnings abroad.
1. IS PERSONAL PRESENCE OF THE CAR-OWNER NECESSARY?Personal presence by the car-owner of the used motor vehicle is required.
1. IS THE IMPORTED VEHICLE SUBJECT TO TAXES AND DUTIES?
Yes. Whether brand-new or used, purchased or donated, the imported vehicle is subject to 40% Customs duty, 10% VAT and Ad Valorem Tax from 15% to 100% depending on its piston displacement. Its book value serves as the tax base and not the purchase price nor the acquisition cost. The book value is sourced from university accepted motor vehicle reference books such as the Red Book blue Book, World Book depending on the imported vehicle.
1. IS THERE ANY OTHER RESTRICTION ON THE MOTOR VEHICLE THAT MAY BE BROUGH IN?
Yes. Whether brand-new or not, the motor vehicle should be left-hand drive.
1. ARE SPARE PARTS SENT WITH THE MOTOR VEHICLE ALSO TAXABLE?
Yes. These are taxed separately.
1. ARE THERE OTHER CHARGES ASIDE FROM TAXES AND DUTIES?
Yes. There are other non-customs charges that may be due on the shipment such as: storage and arrastre fees which may be collected by the privately-owned arrastre operator; by the shipping line and wharfage dues by the Philippine Parts Authority (PPA).
1. HOW IMPORTANT IS THE PRIOR IMPORT AUTHORITY (PIA)?
It is very important if the vehicle would not qualify as brand-new as herein defined. A used motor vehicle not covered by PIA shall be seized and may only be released upon payment of heavy penalties on top of the taxes and duties due thereon.
1. HOW IS PIA OBTAINED?
By submitting to BIS a duly accomplished application form, which may be obtained form it and the following documents duly authenticated by the nearest Philippine Consulate abroad where the car-owner resides:
1. Proof of his continuous stay abroad for at least one (1) year;
2. Copy of the registration papers showing that the vehicle is registered in his name for at least six (6) months;
3. Proof that the car was acquired out of the earnings abroad.
1. IS DEPRECIATION IN VALUE ACCORDED TO IMPORTED VEHICLES?
Yes, if the imported motor vehicle is an older model or and earlier than the current year model. The depreciation rate of zero percent (0%). Motor vehicles with a piston displacement of 2000 cc and above may be given a maximum depreciation of 50%, while those below 2000 cc, up to the maximum of 70%.
1. IS THE IMPORTATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE SUBJECT TO PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION (PSI) BY SGS IN THE COUNTRY OF EXPORTATION?
Under Joint-Order 1-91, individually owned motor vehicle is not subject to pre-shipment inspection by SGS. The importation thereof need not be covered by a Clean Report of Findings (CRF) issued by SGS. Non-individually-owned vehicles or those imported for commercial purposes should therefore undergo PSI and their importation should be covered by CFR.


Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.
Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.
Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.

please find below guidelines for vehicle importation in the Philippines...
Further, as per our previous experience, the current duties for the imported vehicle is 30%, Tax is 12% plus excise tax.
Only Diplomats may be duties and tax exempt.
Importation of used motor vehicle is ban under EO 156. Except those that are for donation, balikbayan and
commercial attaché.
To elaborate, please read the statement below:
MOTOR VEHICLES
1. CAN ANYONE BRING IN A MOTOR VEHICLES?
Yes, provided that the motor vehicle is brand new. Under Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Circular 92, Series of 1995, dated October 15,1995, the importation of a brand new motor vehicle of all types, including motorcycles has been liberalized and would no longer thus require prior authority to import.
2. WHEN IS A MOTOR VEHICLE BRAND NEW?

A motor vehicle is brand new if and only if the following criteria are satisfied:
1. That the motor vehicle is of current or advance year model;
2. It has never been registered or used;
3. It is covered by a certificate of first ownership;
4. Of the year of the immediate preceding year in the country of origin and/or manufacture provided that:
5. The motor vehicle has a mileage of not more than 50 kilometers and;
6. The motor vehicle has been acquired by the importer from the dealer as first owner.
1. HOW ABOUT MOTOR VEHICLES NOT OF CURRENT OR ADVANCE YEAR MODEL?
They shall be processed as in used motor vehicle.
1. WHAT ABOUT USED MOTOR VEHICLES?
Only qualified individuals may bring in a used motor vehicle, which shall be duly covered by a prior authority to import. Under appendix 1 –D of BSP Circular-Letter, Series of 1995, dated October 19, 1995, the importation of used vehicles continue to be regulated and would therefore require prior authority from the Bureau of Import Services (BIS), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI).

1. WHO IS QUALIFIED TO IMPORT USED MOTOR VEHICLES? Under Executive Order No. 284 as implemented by BIS, in relation to BSP Circular-Letter, Series of 1995, added dated October 19, 1995, the following individuals maybe allowed to bring in used motor vehicles:
1. A returning Filipino or a former Filipino citizen who has stayed abroad for more than a year;
2. An immigrant to the Philippines (shall be at least a holder of a 13G Visa duly Issued by the Bureau of Immigration and Deportation).
Provided further that:
1. Only one (1) unit motor vehicle per family is allowed to be brought in. (A motorcycle is considered a motor vehicle for this purpose).
2. The vehicle is registered in his name for at least six (6) months prior to shipment to the Philippines;
3. Proof can be presented that the vehicle was acquired out of the earnings abroad.
1. IS PERSONAL PRESENCE OF THE CAR-OWNER NECESSARY?Personal presence by the car-owner of the used motor vehicle is required.
1. IS THE IMPORTED VEHICLE SUBJECT TO TAXES AND DUTIES?
Yes. Whether brand-new or used, purchased or donated, the imported vehicle is subject to 40% Customs duty, 10% VAT and Ad Valorem Tax from 15% to 100% depending on its piston displacement. Its book value serves as the tax base and not the purchase price nor the acquisition cost. The book value is sourced from university accepted motor vehicle reference books such as the Red Book blue Book, World Book depending on the imported vehicle.
1. IS THERE ANY OTHER RESTRICTION ON THE MOTOR VEHICLE THAT MAY BE BROUGH IN?
Yes. Whether brand-new or not, the motor vehicle should be left-hand drive.
1. ARE SPARE PARTS SENT WITH THE MOTOR VEHICLE ALSO TAXABLE?
Yes. These are taxed separately.
1. ARE THERE OTHER CHARGES ASIDE FROM TAXES AND DUTIES?
Yes. There are other non-customs charges that may be due on the shipment such as: storage and arrastre fees which may be collected by the privately-owned arrastre operator; by the shipping line and wharfage dues by the Philippine Parts Authority (PPA).
1. HOW IMPORTANT IS THE PRIOR IMPORT AUTHORITY (PIA)?
It is very important if the vehicle would not qualify as brand-new as herein defined. A used motor vehicle not covered by PIA shall be seized and may only be released upon payment of heavy penalties on top of the taxes and duties due thereon.
1. HOW IS PIA OBTAINED?
By submitting to BIS a duly accomplished application form, which may be obtained form it and the following documents duly authenticated by the nearest Philippine Consulate abroad where the car-owner resides:
1. Proof of his continuous stay abroad for at least one (1) year;
2. Copy of the registration papers showing that the vehicle is registered in his name for at least six (6) months;
3. Proof that the car was acquired out of the earnings abroad.
1. IS DEPRECIATION IN VALUE ACCORDED TO IMPORTED VEHICLES?
Yes, if the imported motor vehicle is an older model or and earlier than the current year model. The depreciation rate of zero percent (0%). Motor vehicles with a piston displacement of 2000 cc and above may be given a maximum depreciation of 50%, while those below 2000 cc, up to the maximum of 70%.
1. IS THE IMPORTATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE SUBJECT TO PRE-SHIPMENT INSPECTION (PSI) BY SGS IN THE COUNTRY OF EXPORTATION?
Under Joint-Order 1-91, individually owned motor vehicle is not subject to pre-shipment inspection by SGS. The importation thereof need not be covered by a Clean Report of Findings (CRF) issued by SGS. Non-individually-owned vehicles or those imported for commercial purposes should therefore undergo PSI and their importation should be covered by CFR.


Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.
Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.
Importing a Motor Vehicle In Philippines

Exempting donated used motor vehicles to local government units from the prohibition on importation of used motor vehicles under article 2, section 3 of executive order no. 156 (s. 2002) entitled "providing for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program and its implementing guidelines" and from the imposition of specific additional duty under executive order no. 418 (s. 2005) entitled "modifying the tariff nomenclature and rates of import duty on used motor vehicles under section 104 of the tariff and customs code of 1978 (presidential decree no. 1464, as amended)

Important

WHEREAS, on 12 December 2002, the President issued Executive Order No. 156 in order to provide for a comprehensive industrial policy and directions for the motor vehicle development program of the government;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) bans the importation of all types of used motor vehicles and parts and components, subject to certain exceptions provided for therein;

WHEREAS, Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002) recognizes the need to rationalize the importation of used motor vehicles taking into consideration the needs of local government units, small and medium enterprises and the public transport sector;

WHEREAS, on 4 April 2005, the President issued Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) which, among others, imposes an additional specific duty of P500,000.00 on importations of used motor vehicles listed therein;

WHEREAS, budgetary constraints of local government units prevent them from purchasing sufficient number of of motor vehicles that are essential to the delivery of basic services to their respective areas;

WHEREAS, local government units should be encouraged to look for alternative ways of procuring motor vehicles that are essential for the delivery of basic services to their constituents, including procurement of donations thereof from well-meaning and generous donors from other countries;

WHEREAS, donations of used motor vehicles to local government units will be rendered nugatory if these local government units will be required to pay additional specific duty of P500,000.00 as provided under E.O. No. 418 (s. 2005);

NOW, THEREFORE, I, GLORIA MACAPAGAL-ARROYO, President of the Republic of the Philippines, by virtue of the powers vested in me by law, do hereby order:

Section 1.

Additional Exemption to the Ban on Importation of Used Motor Vehicles under Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) - To address the need for fast and efficient delivery of services and taking into consideration their general budgetary constraints, local government units are hereby allowed to import used motor vehicles thru donation subject to the following conditions:

a. The used motor vehicles shall be certified as roadworthy and emission compliant by the country of origin. The Certificate of Roadworthiness and Emission Compliance shall be in English or shall be accompanied by an English translation, if originally issued in a language other than English, and shall be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Commercial Attache in the country of origin.

b. The used motor vehicles must be left-hand drive

c. The vehicle classification shall not include luxury vehicles. For purposes of this Executive Order, a luxury vehicle is defines as (a) any passenger motor vehicle prices in the local market at P1,300,000.00 or more at the time of acquisition; or (b) any passenger motor vehicle with the following engine displacement specifications: (i) Car (sedan or hatchback) with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (ii) Passenger van or pick-up with an engine displacement exceeding 2200 cc if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed; (iii) Passenger wagon with an engine displacement exceeding 1800 cc. if gasoline-fed or 2500 cc. if diesel-fed; and (iv) Sport utility vehicle (SUV) with an engine displacement exceeding 2700 cc. if gasoline-fed or 3000 cc. if diesel-fed.

d. The donated used motor vehicles must be in reasonable quantity taking into consideration the population, area and the needs of the local government unit concerned.

e. The ownership and registration of the donated used motor vehicles shall not be disposed of, either by public auction or negotiated sale, within five (5) years from the importation thereof. In case the motor vehicle is sold within the five (5) year period, the purchases or recipients shall be considered the importers thereof, and shall be liable for duties and taxes due thereon.

f. The donation shall be accompanied by a Deed of Donation naming the specific local government unit as donee.

g. The Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Sangguniang Panglungsod or Sangguniang Bayan concerned shall pass a resolution accepting the donation.
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Section 2.

Additional Exemption from the Imposition of Additional Specific Duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005) - In addition to used motor vehicles specifically listed under Article 2, Section 3.1 of Executive Order No. 156 (s. 2002) as exempt from the general import prohibition, qualified importations by local government units under this executive order shall not be covered by the imposition of additional specific duty under Section 1 of Executive Order No. 418 (s. 2005).

Section 3.

Penalty - Used motor vehicles imported in violation of the provisions of this executive order shall be subject to the penalties provided for in Section 5 of Executive Order No. 156 (s.2002).

Section 4.

Implementing Guidelines - The Inter-Agency Committee on Used Trucks and Engines created under Executive Orders No. 782 (s.1982), as amended, is hereby directed to formulate and issue the necessary amended guidelines to give effect to this executive order. The Inter-Agency Commitee on Used Trucks and Engines may enlist the assistance of other government agencies and/or private institutions in the effective implementation of this executive order.

Section 5.

Repealing Clause - All executive issuances, orders, rules and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this Executive Order are hereby repealed or modified accordingly.

Section 6.

Effectivity - This Executive Order shall take effect fifteen (15) days after publication in at least two (2) newspapers of general circulation in the Philippines.

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