9 Procedure for inspecting vehicles ... without having the NZTA border inspection
Procedure for inspecting vehicles that have been released from a Customs controlled area (CCA) or MPI transitional facility (TF) without having the NZTA border inspection
Before carrying out the NZTA border inspection the following procedures must be followed:
Verify the date when the vehicle arrived in New Zealand by sighting either a Customs clearance document or a MPI bio-security clearance certificate.
Inspect the vehicle to verify that the vehicle identification number (VIN) is the original identifier that was fitted by the vehicle manufacturer.
Carry out the NZTA border inspection and data transfer process.
Collect the NZTA border inspection fee as part of the cost of inspection.
- Technical bulletins
- Reference materials
- 1 Guidelines for the detection of reportable damage on imported used vehicles (excl motorcycles)
- 2 Border inspection system guidelines
- 3 Notice to the importer
- 4 Report on water damaged vehicles
- 5 Examples of major structural damage and corrosion
- 6 Examples of minor non-structural cosmetic damage
- 7a Checksheet specifications (vehicles inspected in NZ)
- 7b Checksheet specifications (vehicles inspected outside NZ)
- 8 The NZTA-inspected sticker
- 9 Procedure for inspecting vehicles ... without having the NZTA border inspection
- 10 Inspection of motorcycles