Documents Requerid to ship your car to Hawaii
Required items upon delivery of your vehicle
Copy of Original Vehicle Registration and Title - ShipHawaii will need copies of the original documents to you inmediately. The registration and title will be the binding document for all other documents provided. (Verifying ownership and/or Lienholder)
Creditor/Lessor notarized statement - If your vehicle is currently financed/leased, bring a notarized statement from your creditor/lessor that the creditor/lessor is aware your vehicle is being shipped, with the VIN# noted, authorizing that the vehicle can be shipped from Hawaii.
The letter is valid for 30 days from the date of issuance if an expiration date is not noted.
The financial institution noted on your registration must issue the letter of authorization.
If your financial institution has changed its name or is not the financial institution reflected on your registration, a notarized document from the financial institution must be provided explaining the reason for the difference.
Photo ID. - In order to pick up the car, you (or anyone you designate) must furnish a Government issued photo ID (License, Military ID, State ID, Passport).
Non-Owned vehicle - If the person shipping/receiving the vehicle is other than the owner, ShipHawaii requires a notarized letter of authorization from the owner(s).
If the vehicle co-owner, both registered owners must sign the consent form.
Please, fill out this form, including notarization and submit to your sales or customr service representative.
Co-Owned vehicle -If you are shipping your vehicle from Hawaii and there is co-ownership of the vehicle, both owners must be present when vehicle is delivered to ShipHawaii. If only one owner is present, a notarized letter is required from the absent co-owner authorizing the shipment. Please fill out this form, including notarization and submit to your sales or customer service representative.
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