We ship cars to Nigeria every week. If you need costs to ship a car to Nigeria, we will need 1) Location of Vehicle, 2) Vehicle Year, Make, Model, 3) Destination City. Click the green "Free Quote" button.
If you are far from the departure shipping port, we can pick up your car for you. If you are close to the port, meet us there and save your money.
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We have a solid track record and are an Accredited Company registered with the Better Business Bureau. Click the BBB image to the left to validate our A+ Accreditation. When shipping a car to Nigeria, an owner should only work with a BBB Accredited business.
We are registered with the FMC (Federal Maritime Commission). Click the image to the left and Select "Organization Name" and type in "Ship Overseas". Here is proof of our FMC Certification (also known as a NVOCC License). Never use an international car shipping company who cannot prove they are certified with the Federal Government.
Since many people only ship 1 car to Nigeria from USA, RoRo shipping is commonly used. As you can see from the image, your car must be able to roll on and off the ship. RoRo car shipping to Nigeria is less expensive than container shipping. The only drawback of using RoRo shipping is many times the ships are filled to max capacity which can delay shipment by 1 week. Once you have your booking confirmation, you don’t have to worry about this. RoRo car shipping is the default for people shipping only 1 car.The following are some requirements for RoRo shipping:
Use the container shipping method if you are shipping 2 or more cars at a time. Shared container shipments with other cars are available from some ports, but not all. Exclusive container shipments are also available whereby a customer may load more than one vehicle and personal goods in the container. This is usually more expensive.
One of the benefits of container car shipping to Lagos is you can put boxes inside the truck of your car (up to 150 pounds). However one of the drawbacks of using container shipping is when a person uses shared containers. Our shipping line will not send a container until it’s filled. This means your car may be sitting on the pier inside a container until it can be filled. Since there is a lot of volume going to Nigeria, this normally isn’t a problem.
If you are shipping a car to Nigeria, but that car doesn't run, you will need to ship it inside a container.
If you have any questions regarding shipping a car to Nigeria, please feel free to ask below.