The Fiji Land Transport Authority has appointed JEVIC for the conduct of the Offshore Vehicle Inspection of used vehicles exported from Japan destined for use on the roads in The Republic of Fiji.
|Commencement date in Japan:||15-July-2016|
|Requirement date in Fiji:||15-August-2016|
|Inspection Fee:||¥8,700/vehicle (plus 8% tax)|
The appraisal assesses vehicle condition, as well as structural, odometer, stolen vehicle and biosecurity aspects. JEVIC inspectors will conduct the appraisals in freight forwarder and exporter premises in and around the major used vehicle export ports in Japan.
The fee for the Pre-Export Appraisal Report is regulated by the government of Fiji and has been set at FJ$169.00 (VEP) per vehicle, yen equivalent payable to JEVIC in Japan.
The inspection is mandatory for all used vehicles destined to Fiji, however completion is only part of the requirement and does not guarantee a vehicle’s import approval into Fiji.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for any help or additional information you may require.
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- What is the point of the inspection?
- Who does the inspection?
- Where can I get the inspection?
- Who do I contact to get the inspection?
- What is the standard for the inspection?
- Significant structural, flood, or fire damage
- Odometer fraud
- Stolen vehicle
- Gross biosecurity contamination
- Exceeding age limit
- Japan 05 (Euro 4) non compliance
- Tailpipe Emissions
- How much does the inspection cost?
- Who books and pays for the inspection?
- What documents are needed to arrange an inspection?
- What are the outcomes of the inspection? What if my vehicle fails
- Flood or Fire damage
- Stolen vehicle
- Exceeding the Age Limit
- Diesel and unleaded fuel vehicles: more than 5 years from the year of manufacture
- LPG, CNG, solar/electric/hybrid vehicles: more than 8 years from the year of manufacture
- Euro 4 / Japan 05 New Long Term Standard non-compliance
- Odometer fraud
- What documentation does JEVIC provide
- What happens if I don't get the inspection and ship the vehicle to FIJI?
- What do I do with the Appraisal Report, and will my car be shipped back for some reason
- If I have feedback, suggestions, or a complaint, who do I contact?
Kawasaki / Yokohama: Higashioogishima, Daikoku-Futo
Nagoya: Kinjyo-Futo, Inaei
Osaka: Sukematsu-Futo, Shiomi-Futo, Phoenix
Kobe:   Rokko Island
Moji : Moji Port
For locations outside 10km from JEVIC Area Offices a travel fee may apply. Please contact JEVIC Yokohama for advice.
15 Daikoku-Futo, Tsurumi-Ku, Yokohama City
Kanagawa Prefecture, 230-0054
The inspection is a vehicle appraisal conducted to the FIJI LTA requirements covering general condition as well as vehicle age, structural, odometer, stolen vehicle, and biosecurity areas.
For all Passenger vehicles, Commercial vehicles, Trucks, Buses and Motorbikes.
The major areas of the standard are as follows:
Please ensure that there is a Consignee noted in the booking form
Conditional conformity requiring consultation with the LTA. Vehicles deemed to have conditional conformity are permitted to continue on the import pathway to registration inspection in Fiji, where the LTA will make the final decision on what, if any, remedial action is required.
Non-conformity due to a deficiency with the vehicle. Vehicles will be rejected from the inspection for the following deficiencies, and no Appraisal Report will be issued. A Non-conformity Report (NCR) will be distributed to the Exporter, Consignee and LTA. Please note that vehicles subject to an NCR will not be eligible for registration for use on the roads in Fiji.
For conforming and conditional conforming units, a Pre-Export Vehicle Appraisal Report.
For non-conforming units, a Non-Conformance Report (NCR).
It is unlikely that the vehicle will be shipped-back from Fiji, rather that the issues with the vehicle will need to be remedied in Fiji.