Need cost to ship a car to Switzerland? Since it's a landlocked country, your arrival port will vary depending on the final destination city. To give you pricing we need 1) Location of Car 2) Year, Make, Model 3) Destination City/Country.
If your car is far from the departure shipping ports list below, we can pick up your car for you. If you are close, just meet us at the port and you'll save your money.
Important: Our relationship with the US Military allows us to have the lowest rates to DE or BE. If you're able to drive your car back to Switzerland, you'll save LOTs of money!
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, 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.
Great Import Duty Information for Swiss Residents
Immigrants may import and use their vehicles in Switzerland exempt from duty under certain conditions. Foreign workers, students and interns may use their foreign vehicles on which duty has not been paid in Switzerland. However, a customs permit is needed for this.
It is common to ship vehicles in exclusive and shared containers from various terminals in USA to Basel, Zurich, and Geneva. Once the car arrives to one of the shipping docks, it is transported by container to a selected city (Basel, Zurich or Geneva). Here are a few reasons to use a container to ship a car to Switzerland:
If you are shipping additional items inside the car, an itemized list along with the values must be provided. There is a maximum weight limit of 150 pounds of personal belongings that can go into your vehicle.Read more about loading personal possessions in a container.
Another popular method is to ship the vehicles to Switzerland in RoRo ship (Roll on Roll off) to either Belgium or Germany. From there the customers either drive the cars or arrange the agent in those countries to truck the vehicles to Switzerland.
When using the RoRo method, nothing is permitted to be in the car except for the spare tire and jack. Your car must be in good working order to drive up and down the ramp without mechanical assistance.
Using a RoRo ship is MUCH cheaper than using a container to ship your car. The only drawback of using a RoRo ship is you, or the designated person, has to pick up the car at the arrival port.