Q: How do I register as a member at Sokobazaar?
To register at www.Sokobazaar.com site you must click Registration link which is in the right upper corner of our site. Fill in the form. Provide desired login and password. Pay attention that all the obligatory fields such as email, address, name, password, phone, etc. are provided. Obligatory fields are specially marked. Follow simple and clear notices during registration procedure. Provide valid email address. After registration procedure you will be able to log in and use all Sokobazaar members’ privileges.
Q: I got my login and password but cannot log in.
Please make sure that you are typing your login and password exactly as you got it. They are CASE SENSITIVE meaning that you have to type capital letters and small letters the way they are sent to you.
Q: I type login and password correctly, but I still cannot log in.
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Q: What if I don't have an email address?
You can obtain a free email address from either yahoo or hotmail service. If after all you still cannot obtain your email address and really WANT TO BUY a car from our stock - you can contact our sales manager to solve this situation.
Q: How fast can you ship my car?
Most of our cars in the stock have already "Deregistration Documents" so we can start arranging the shipment next day we confirm your payment. Ocean Freight time will depend on the destination where you want to ship your car and may vary from several days to several months
Q: What shipping documents will I receive?
- Bill of Lading
- Customs Invoice
- Export (Deregistration) Certificate (when applicable)
- English translation of Export Certificate
- ISF filing form (only for USA customers)
Q: How do I find out shipping cost of car to my port?
To find out shipping cost of a car you need to multiply car shipping cost per cubic metre and export size of car you want to buy. You may find export size of cars in our stock list in export size column. Car shipping cost per cubic metre can be found on the Car Shipping Cost page.
Q: Can I pay by check or by credit card?
Bank transfer (TT) is the only accepted payment method.
Q: What are the terms of payment?
All purchases must be paid in advance 100%.
Q: I cannot find pro forma invoice.
You need to order a car and choose terms of delivery. Then we will send you request to confirm your purchase. As soon as we receive your confirmation we will send you invoice by e-mail or by fax (at your request). Also you can find print version of invoice in member's area of this site after invoice is issued.
Q: How do I know I can trust you and pay you in advance 100%?
There is our company registration number on our About Us page. With this registration number you can confirm both our address and the fact that we are a legally registered and a legitimate company.
Q: I have a question. Whom may I ask?
First of all, read these frequently asked questions. It is possible that this question has been asked many times already and you will find an answer here. If you cannot find an answer for your question, please contact us and we will respond promptly.
Q: What should I do to place an order?
First of all you have to register to obtain member's log in and password and after you log in as a member you can order a car. For the details how to order a car please contact us.
Q: Can you find for me a specific car?
Let us know what you would like us to purchase on your behalf. We'll need the Year, Make, Model, and Grade along with whatever other options you'd like your dream car to have. We do the market research to determine the value of vehicle you are seeking and send you the invoice.
Q: Why are there so many used vehicles in Japan?
In Japan, once a vehicle is three years old it must be inspected and re-certified. This is a very costly affair and once completed, is only good for two years. With these policies in effect, combined with heavy incentives from the manufacturers, it makes more sense for the Japanese public to buy a new car every three years. This creates a high surplus of used vehicles that need expensive certification to be driven once again in Japan, and no domestic demand for them. This is a smart way for the Japanese Government to support their automotive manufacturers which are a large part of the Japanese economy.
Q: Are the vehicles inspected before being shipped?
Yes the vehicles are all inspected and detailed before being shipped to Kenya from Japan.