Crossing Border Thailand/cambodia With A Bike Not Registered Under My Name

Discussion in 'Cambodia Motorcycle Trip Report Forums' started by Azoulay, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. Azoulay

    Azoulay Ol'Timer

    Hi Friends,

    I plane a trip to Cambodia with a bike not registered under my name, which documents would I need to cross Thailand/Cambodia border successfully.

    The Green Book registered owner is ready to help by signing the necessary papers.

    At present, i have:
    -my passeport
    -my Thai driving license
    -the Green Book of the bike under the name of the third person

    What else should I need ?

    Thanks in advance for your helpful answer. I have the same question for Thailand/Laos border crossing.

    Keep the Power On.

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  3. Azoulay

    Azoulay Ol'Timer

    Hi Friends,

    Again me, sorry to bother but I am preparing my trip to Cambodia still with this bike not registered under my name.
    Some of you told me I need a Power of Attorney signed by the owner & a signed copy of his/her ID card or passeport, together with the bike Green Book, my documents (passeport and Thai driving license)

    Thus, I went to the Transport & Land Department near where I leave (Cha am) and the Officer told me that I need a passeport for the bike as well, is it through where to get it when the bike is registered in Bangkok.

    If the production of such would be mandatory, should I show up the bike while demanding the document ?

    For the bike, as well, should I print the plate number on a black and white sticker with the translation on the Thai Bike ?

    Thanks in advance for your support.

    Keep the power on

    NB: please find here attached the famous Power of Attorney to

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  4. mickba

    mickba Active Member

    Sorry I can't help you re' the Documentation when you're not the registered owner.....good luck.

    Heard of the Vehicle Passport but never did it so interested in that.

    Also curious, do you have a plan for where to enter as I read there have been refusals at both Poipet and Cham Yeam recently, O'Smach OK.
    Also interested as to whether anyone has done it the correct way by applying for a Temporary Import Permit in Phnom Penh and how that works.

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