• Transit is a method or customs procedure used to transfer non-customs goods from one customs house (origin) to another customs house (destination).

Domestic transit

In domestic transit at the customs of origin, the goods to be transited are first checked. This check is done in order that the sent goods are the same as the previously declared goods and nothing other than the declared goods has been added to it. If you see a discrepancy, the product is considered smuggling.

The transited goods must arrive at the destination at the specified time. If it does not enter the destination customs within this period, it is considered smuggled goods. However, if the goods have been involved in an accident along the way, they can clear their goods with a fine of up to 5 days from the date stated in the license.

Foreign transit

In transit, there is a origin and a destination, that is, during which the export goods are sent from the customs of origin with a shipment to the customs of the destination, which is a foreign country.

Passport in transit

A passport is required for any entry and exit to any country. In the case of drivers whose activity is the transit of goods, the passport office should inquire from the country's transportation organization that the person's claim to provide a passport and exit booklet is correct. In this regard, the police force also has the duty to issue international certificates, transit license plates and ownership certificates for drivers.