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What happens if my vehicle does not pass the “on-arrival” roadworthiness inspection?

If the identified failure(s) can be rectified, the Importer will have the opportunity to do so, and your vehicle will be re-inspected to confirm compliance. A COC will then be issued if the vehicle now complies with the Bahamas Roadworthiness Standard. If the identified failure(s) cannot be rectified, the vehicle will not be issued with a roadworthiness COC, and cannot be registered for on road use in the Bahamas. The vehicle may then be subject to re-export at the Importers cost, or destroyed.

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