Auto Shipping to Germany from the US
RO RO services from Baltimore MD and Jacksonville FL starting at $965.00 to Bremerhaven Germany
AutoShipping to Germany from the US
Of our Auto Shipping to Germany options, our most reasonable one is the Roll on Roll off service (RO RO) , We also offer containerized options and you will need to call in for a custom quote. If you need the vehicle picked up at your location in the Continental US we can do so for an additional charge. The sample rates below are just some of the options we have available, please call 888-307-9631 or Email to speak to one of our move specialist or fill out the form to get a custom quote.
Baltimore MD or Jacksonville FL to Bremerhaven GermanyThe quote is for a running standard sedan less than 66" inches tall
- This includes the destination port fee ($305 for sedans)
For any Truck or SUV please request a formal Quote
Door pick up is available option for an additional fee
- Also offering service to Vilseck, Weisbaden, Kaiserslautern, Berlin and Munich to name a few.
- Call us 888-307-9631 or Contact US to claim your free custom quote
Destination port fees and importation charges for shipped vehicles
SSR and our partners strive to inform you of all potential charges you may face, including any destination and importation charges accrued through the port of destination. Since those charges are often in flux and ultimately the cargo owner’s responsibility, we recommend that you double check with the consulate of the foreign government to which you are shipping, or from which you are receiving. Contact them in advance of your shipment so that they can alert you to any applicable levies or restrictions.
Additional resources for transporting your vehicle internationally
The Bureau of Consular Affairs at the US Department of State maintains a list of major embassies and consulates where you can get further information on duties and policies that may affect your international vehicle shipment.
For more detailed information on importing vehicles to the US, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.