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FREIGHT ADVISER

Goods allowed to be loaded inside a Vehicle on Roll on Roll Off

I have been receiving a lot of questions relating what should or what should not be loaded inside a vehicle when it is being shipped on Roll on Roll Off basis.
Below is a summary of what is expected to be loaded in a vehicles. 
Customers need to be clear that all loaded items in a vehicle are loaded at your own risk and no insurance company can take the risk of insuring any loaded items. 
If you have valuable items, I recommend that you use our Air freight or Sea freight service as it is more secure. 

COMMON TARIFF DESCRIPTIONS OF LOOSE GOODS LOADED INSIDE VEHICLES:

No Hazardous goods, Foodstuffs or Perishable items are allowed.

Household goods: are goods and products used within households. They are the tangible and

movable personal property placed in the living rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, family rooms,

bedrooms, bathrooms, recreation rooms, hallways, attics, basements and other rooms of a house.

Examples include: aid conditioners, baby items, bicycles, kitchenware, beds/bedframes, blankets,

bedding linens, towels, bookcases, bureaus, dressers, wardrobes, cabinets, chairs, clothes dryers,

coffee makers, computers, sofas, sofa beds, ornaments, dishwashers, entertainment centres, fans,

freezers, (drinking glasses), hand tools, hutches, irons and ironing boards, lamps, garden furniture,

medical equipment (home), sewing machines, space heaters, stereos and radios, televisions, vacuum

cleaners and washer / dryers.

Personal Effects: is a reference to everyday items of personal use, usually referred to in the

disposition of belongings in a will. It includes clothes, shoes, jewellery, cosmetics and items of

adornment to a person.

Spare Parts: are considered to be accessories , spare parts and tools for use with a machine,

appliance, apparatus or vehicle. “Engines” & Light fixtures and electronic circuits for use and/or for

installation in private dwellings for example switches, relays, fuses, surge supporters, plugs, sockets,

lamp holders, junctions and junction boxes for voltage not exceeding 1000 Volts will also fall under

this tariff description.

Tyres : vehicle tyres, by quantity. Also includes any spare tyres for the vehicle being shipped.

Electric Motors or Generators: is referred to as any motor and/or appliance that can be used to

convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. Chassis /serial number is needed as this must show

on our bills.

Air compressors: are devices that converts power (using electric motor, diesel or gasoline engine,

etc) into potential energy stored in pressurized air (ie, compressed air). Chassis /serial number is

needed as this must show on our bills.

Building Materials: such as bricks, floor tiles, non hazardous goods use to construct a building

NB:

For Loaded vehicles: where any vehicles are loaded in / on another vehicle, we require make,

model, registration number , full chassis number and total weight of the main unit , with loaded

vehicles weight included. This will also apply for any loaded Motorbikes / Mopeds on / in a vehicle.

(Note we are not allowed to show the wording “Car” “SUV” “Auto” “Saloon” or “Van” on our bills).

Also: For the main unit we always require Make, Model, Registration number, full Chassis number

and weight advised as this must show.

Should you require more information about shipping cars from UK, Please visit some of out articles below:






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