The 'Carnet de Passage en Douane' (CPD) is an international customs document which covers the temporary admission of motor vehicles in foreign countries. The carnet is valid for either 3 or 12 months from the issue date and it allows the CPD holder to cross up to 25 borders depending on the individual validity of the CPD. The document removes the hassle of lodging your original logbook at the point of entry and some times the requirement to the leave a cash deposit with customs officials.
Requirements for obtaining the carnet
This document is used to identify your motor vehicle in each country you travel across. The CPD is derived from the French and means ‘notebook’. It consists of import and export vouchers that are retained by the customs authorities in the countries visited.
During the 3 or 12 months the CPD is valid the document enables visitors to temporarily import their vehicles for a limited period of time with a minimum of formalities and without the normal time- consuming documentation routines across the various countries.
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