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Re: Is Klaus D. = Juergen Kopp or Eagleimax, Inc (archive)

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Posted by Stephan Hausmann on June 21, 2002 at 15:03:27:

In Reply to: Re: Is Klaus D. = Juergen Kopp or Eagleimax, Inc posted by earlyapex on June 19, 2002 at 23:26:30:

Eagleimex is not claiming to be an RI or ICI, but they contract federalization through one in Miami - Automotive Concepts. While there have been some questionable importers in South Florida, Eagleimex is not one of them.


Ok, but just read your own web page here is a part of it:

Department of Transportation

The DOT [Department of Transportation] has initiated in 1990 a new law regarding Vehicle Import Regulations.

In order for an RI to modify a vehicle, it must be on the eligibility list of vehicles capable of being modified. Please check now if your vehicle is on this list: http://www.nhtsa.gov/cars/rules/import/elig0011.html

If your vehicle is listed on the eligibility list, we will issue a Bond and start modifying it to DOT REGULATIONS.

If your vehicle is not on the eligibility list, we must submit a petition to DOT. This process will cost approx. $800 and is time consuming, it takes an average of 3-5 month to get the approval from DOT and the particular vehicle will be added to the eligibility list.

So you must issue a bond and you must file a petition, both these things are done by the RI and not by any car dealer.



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