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I need Carnet de Passage ( Chile )

Hello
I'm Cristian Huidobro, I'll tell you that I'm now traveling with my motorcycle. Around the world . My plan is to travel about 3 years with my motorcycle and I am currently in Costa Rica with my motorcycle, the problem is that after I travel to Europe with the motorcycle and then I go to Africa and Asia and Australia there they ask me for a Carnet Passage that few they know in chile. It is a "passport of la.moto" to show that I am not going to sell my motorcycle in those countries and it is an import permit. Of the.moto. And I've talked to that carnet offices in USA, Canada and Spain and they do not do foreign license plates and they sent me to talk with Club automóvil de Chile, which they tell me they do not do that role, and they do not know it, Then I spoke with the automobile federation of Chile, and they can not help me because I am not a member of their club, and because I ride a motorcycle and not a car.
The office of usa told me, that it could be an authorization or a specific letter of automobile club of Chile either in Argentina as well. to authorize that she can perform the paper for me.moto.ya that they do not perform for foreign enrollments except with authorization. Many Argentine friends that I have met on the route tell me that you can give me a lot of help regarding the Carnet de Passage.

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Hi Cristian... Para comenzar , saludos de un Chileno a otro...

I'm sure that some far better informed folk will correct me if I'm wrong... but I'm fairly sure you can apply for a Carnet both from ADAC in Germany , as well as from the Swiss automobile Club, even if your bike isn't registered in either country, they may ask for some kind of confirmation that it can't be issued in Chile .

Check here : https://www.adac.de/reise_freizeit/r...ssages_en.aspx

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https://www.google.pl/url?sa=t&sourc...kZWZK6nbXZdJHE

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Hi Cristian... Para comenzar , saludos de un Chileno a otro...

I'm sure that some far better informed folk will correct me if I'm wrong... but I'm fairly sure you can apply for a Carnet both from ADAC in Germany , as well as from the Swiss automobile Club, even if your bike isn't registered in either country, they may ask for some kind of confirmation that it can't be issued in Chile .

Check here : https://www.adac.de/reise_freizeit/r...ssages_en.aspx

And also here :

https://www.google.pl/url?sa=t&sourc...kZWZK6nbXZdJHE

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CHileeee !!!!!
Perfect , I will ask about it .

Thanks you very much
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Carnet for Chile

been driving Chile on Australian plated motorcycles. Did not require a carnet to enter from Peru. Drove from Canada thru the US and down thru central and across from Panama to Colombia and down. Never asked for a Carnet. Not convinced they would know what to do with it..

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been driving Chile on Australian plated motorcycles. Did not require a carnet to enter from Peru. Drove from Canada thru the US and down thru central and across from Panama to Colombia and down. Never asked for a Carnet. Not convinced they would know what to do with it..

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He's not in Chile ...or going there ..... And that's not what he's asking about.

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