# How To Calculate Customs Clearance For A Car

## Video: How To Calculate Customs Clearance For A Car

If you decide to purchase an imported car, then you will have to draw up documents, and, of course, pay customs duties and fees. The total amount of these payments depends on the declared value of the vehicle, year of manufacture, engine displacement. Customs clearance for a car purchased by an individual is calculated as follows.

## Instructions

### Step 1

Calculate the amount of customs duty for paperwork when a car is imported into Russia by an individual at the approved rates. The tax rate depends on the declared customs value and can range from 500 to 100,000 rubles.

### Step 2

Determine the amount of customs duty on the imported car at the established flat rate. The size of the duty rate depends on the year of manufacture of the car, its cost and engine displacement.

### Step 3

Find out the year of production of the car, and determine which group your car belongs to: - the first group - new cars, from the moment of production of which no more than three years have passed; - the second group - cars, from the moment of production of which more than three, but no more five years; - the third group - cars, more than five years have passed since their release.

### Step 4

Check the cost of your car and the displacement of its engine. The working volume of the engine in cubic centimeters is calculated by multiplying its volume in liters by 1000. Determine the size of the flat rate in percentages from the table, or in euros per 1 cubic meter. see the engine size for your vehicle.

### Step 5

Calculate the amount of customs duty by multiplying the percentage rate by the declared value of the car, or by multiplying the rate in euros by the displacement of your car's engine. Convert the amount of the fee, calculated in euros, into rubles at the established rate. Calculate the total amount of customs clearance for the car by adding the amounts of customs duty and customs duty.

### Step 6

Calculate the total customs payment (CTP) if you are registered as a sole proprietor. It consists of: - a duty levied at the rates determined by the Customs Tariff, depending on the type of vehicle, engine type (diesel or gasoline) and engine size. The amount of the duty can be viewed in the Commodity Nomenclature of Foreign Economic Activity of the Customs Union by selecting the appropriate code from the groups 8702 or 8703; - excise duty, the amount of which depends on engine power and ranges from 90 horsepower to 150 horsepower inclusive - 15 rubles / 1 liter. from., from 150 horsepower - 153 rubles / 1 hp; - value added tax in the amount of 18% of the customs value, increased by the amount of duty and excise.