Every industry has many different sectors and components that keep it functioning and working well. The motorcycle industry is no different. There are many elements that each play a vital role in its survival. At one end we have the people who design and manufacture the motorcycles. Then you have people who test motorcycles and make sure they meet all the safety regulations. And on the other end you have the consumers who buy these products. And only through the demand of a product can an industry survive. But there is also a very important sector that connects consumers to suppliers and those are the motorcycle dealerships, showrooms and traders. And even this sector of the motorcycle industry is made up of many different businesses that help it run smoothly. Motorcycle importers and exporters play an important role in keeping the international trade of motorcycles functioning. And motorcycle importing itself is a very specialized field that requires knowledge, experience and expertise.
What do motorcycle importers do?
As I just mentioned importing motorcycles is a specialized field in and of itself. Motorcycle importers must keep themselves up to date with the latest rules and regulations regarding the import of motorcycles. And these rules and regulations can change quite frequently based on the country they are importing the vehicles to. Also depending on the country, these rules and regulations differ from one motorcycle brand to another. They also differ based on the different categories, sizes and even detailed specifications and engines of motorcycles. Also the import of certain motorcycles are prohibited in some countries. Another important factor that motorcycle importers have to be aware of are the different customs regulations and import tariffs with regard to different motorcycles. For example older motorcycles usually have lower import rates compared to brand-new motorcycles.