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FREIGHT ADVISER

NOW THAT THE BAN IN ZIMBABWE IS OVER



car shipping to Zimbabwe; Cars from UK to Zimbabwe

Now that the dust has settled. It has now been clarified that the intended ban is no more. From the beginning the idea was not well thought. How on earth were the powers in Zimbabwe ever thinking of banning cars less than 5 years? How many of us in UK are driving cars that are less than five years? It was absurd to say the least. 
Now that the dust has settled, what next? Banning left hand drive cars in Zimbabwe is a good idea but statistically how many are there to warrant the effort they are putting to ban them? Our LEADERS should be debating on how to improve the economy and creating jobs and an investment friendly environment. They should just put a levy on any left hand drive cars. They also should leave the market forces to determine whether it is worth having a left hand drive car or not. For instance, insurance companies are known to charge a bit more for cars which are left handed. 
The way forward is now to ship cars to Zimbabwe using professional, honest and committed companies. This is where Savannah Freight Services-UK get in. We are a shipping company that is dedicated to serving Zimbabwe. If you want peace of mind with your cargo and car shipping to Zimbabwe, please phone our dedicated team on 442070960264 or visit our website.

Thanks

Savannah Freight Services-UK
 

6 Comments to NOW THAT THE BAN IN ZIMBABWE IS OVER:

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driving lessons Bromsgrove on 01 February 2012 10:28
Car banning is really absurd. People transport fast easy from place to place because of cars.
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cheapsoftwareq.com on 23 February 2012 11:24
But what is the purpose of banning left hand drive cars? I don't get it
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glory on 23 February 2012 11:34
Yeah... the ban is absurd... What is the reason for this?
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inno on 22 May 2012 09:06
Keep up the good work man. Your site is superb and professionally managed. I have shipped cars to Zimbabwe over the past years but never had anyone with so much wealth of info as you. BIG UP!!!!
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narrative essay topics on 02 August 2012 01:31
The idea of banning cars less than 5 years is very absurd and worthless. How about banning right hand drive cars?
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www.e-hepatitis-c.com on 27 September 2012 11:47
Banning left hand drive cars in Zimbabwe is a good idea but statistically how many are there to warrant the effort they are putting to ban them
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