Motoring The car freely crosses international frontiers without payment of customs duties provided it is eventually returned to its country of origin. ... In some places, service is not available for sophisticated items like automatic transmission , electronic ignition and fuel ... Japanese makes are a good choice (Toyota or Nissan, for example) since they are represented in every country. ... A policy of insurance may not satisfactorily solve the problem of a car stolen outside its country of origin.
|Title||:||South American Handbook, 1991|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall - 1990-01-01|