Amayama Trading is not responsible for any import tax, duties or other charges due to import laws at the destination country. The customer is fully responsible to comply with and pay any local import taxes, customs charges or any additional payments required thereafter. Please contact your local postal service or customs office to consult about import rules and limitations before making payment. Amayama Trading will not refund any unexpected shipping charges, any fees, taxes or duties required for customs clearance. Please note that Amayama Trading will not refund payments if orders are returned due to being rejected by customs officials at the destination country.
The most popular international parcel service is EMS. EMS limits the maximum parcel weight about 30 kgs (it can deviate for some countries). Also, there are items prohibited for shipping or can not be shipped: oversized items, flammables, liquids, explosives, pressured gases. This is why we can not ship by EMS large glasses, airbags, long metal fuel tubes shocks absorbers, large glasses and large body parts (doors, front and read bumpers etc). Please ask our managers before ordering if you are not sure about part shipping possibility.
By the way, shock absorbers can be shipped by FedEx.
Parcels addressed to Crimea and Sevastopol can not be paid and shipped.
For shippings from Japan please check suspensions here: http://www.post.japanpost.jp/int/information/no_delivery_en.html
Every country has its own taxation laws and many of them has tax/duty-free thresholds for parcels for personal usage, where additional costs are not charged. Following list is a short info for some countries. If your country is not presented here please ask google, postal office or customs to check import rules of your country.
Parcels with price 200 USD or lower are duty-free. From 200 USD to 2000 USD duty will be charged, but with simplified procedure. You will need to pay duty at postal office. Parcels over 2000 USD require to fill many forms or to hire a broker.
More info: https://www.cbp.gov/trade/basic-import-export/internet-purchases
Goods with a value of under AUD 1000.00
From 1 July 2018, the Goods and Services Tax (GST) may be collected by overseas vendors of such low value goods when imported from overseas by consumers in Australia. GST will be charged at the point of sale and not at the border.
Duty-free parcels if its total weight and price are not more than 1000 EUR and 31 kg per month.
More info: http://www.tks.ru/nat/0020000001
More info: https://www.gov.uk/goods-sent-from-abroad/tax-and-duty
More info: http://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/common/buying_online/buying_goods/within_non_eu_en.htm
No duty or tax free thresholds.
More info: http://www.customs.gov.tt/importing