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Taking a van into Morocco

I'm planning to take a Ford Transit van to Morocco this coming Nov/Dec/Jan with my xr400 in the back. On my last visit three years ago I seem to recall there to be a time restriction, (I think three months) of how long a van can stay in the country, Is the situation still the same? Has anyone experience of buying van insurance at the port of either Tangier or Ceuta?
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I also understand the limit is three months. I don't think there's any difference between van and car insurance, it's a third party policy. Can't remember any difference when I took my Navara pickup in.
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I also understand the limit is three months. I don't think there's any difference between van and car insurance, it's a third party policy. Can't remember any difference when I took my Navara pickup in.
Thanks Tim, I guess nothing has changed, although it will be good to hear if anyone has taken a van in recently...?
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in fact every vehicle can stay for 6 months per year. the 3 months limit is the personal stay. after 3 month you would have to leave the country. the vehicle could stay for another 3 month if you reenter.
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