This map provides details in relation to Temporary import of Motor Vehicles, Motor Bikes and trucks into a country other than your own. i.e Initial Length of Stay, Maximum length of stay, overstay fines, costs and other information.

The data is currently incomplete and we would ask that you add your experience to either the as a comment to this post.

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  1. Roger Hammack

    In Colombia, you are allowed to extend for 90 additional days, for a maximum of 180 days per year. You must be outside for 180 days before another 90 days tourist visa can be given. I wish I had check up on the official requirements because now I am within 20 days of losing my truck if I cannot find a buyer. Or I will have to park my truck in Ecuador for 180 days and then bring it back into Colombia. I am currently applying for a temporary residence visa, and I will be without my truck for 6 months if I do not sell it first.

    Thank you for your work in putting all this together.

    • Overlanding Association

      Thank you for the updates and information, they have been added to the map data. Hope you find a workable solution for your truck

  2. Sunjay Pathak

    I am an Indian carrying an Indian passport.
    Please tell me the documents and permits I require if I enter Greece or Bulgaria from Turkey by overland border by my own self driven car (Renault Duster AWD}manufactured in 2017.


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