Transporting of Car Parts into Malaysia


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Legendary 10 Years
They will levy an import tax on it. Not too sure about the exact tax incidence though.

One alternative is to produce a "receipt of purchase" on your bumpers with a nominal price, say $100. Items "purchased" listed as "old stock bumpers." That way, even if they do, the taxable amount is insignificant.

Have recently done the same thing when I sold my rims to a brother across the border.
The tax levied on car parts in Malaysia is 40% of the invoice price. Hope this helps...
Re: Transporting of Car Parts into Malaysia

well why don't you go under table export to there is very troublesome