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FAQ

Is JDM Postal a licensed and bonded dealer?

JDM Postal is fully owned and operated by JDM Sport Classics LLC which is a fully licensed and bonded dealer.

How much to reserve a vehicle?

A vehicle can be secured for as little as $1,000, as soon as we receive deposit the vehicle will be marked as reserved for 2 weeks. Please note deposit is interchangeable to another vehicle for up to 2 weeks but is non-refundable.

Are your vehicles reliable? I’m a busy Postal carrier and breakdowns mean lost revenue and stress.

Yes, our vehicles are ultra-reliable, we start by only sourcing the most bulletproof models ever manufactured. On top of this, each vehicle undergoes a thorough inspection during which the vehicle is road tested and after serviced. The vehicles we sell are Route Ready.

Do you provide warranty?

As is industry standard there is no warranty expressed or implied.

What is the ultimate Postal Vehicle?

It is our opinion the Toyota Landcruiser is the most bulletproof and suitable vehicle available for Postal Delivery. This vehicle scores high on performance, reliability, comfort, and ease of getting spare parts. These 4×4’s were designed for a hard-working life and they outperform their American counterparts (Jeeps) in practically every way. They hardly ever need repairs and spare parts are readily available and affordable. Also because of their status as a classic vehicle, their value over time tends to appreciate when looked after they are a rock solid investment with a great re-sale value. The Landcruiser is revered worldwide as the KING of 4×4’s and we couldn’t agree more!

How easy is it to find spare parts?

We mostly stock models that have an abundance of spare parts, some models we sell were manufactured in the USA and will have parts at your local Autozone or O’malleys, other models you can find almost all parts on eBay/Amazon parts.

Are your vehicles already landed in the USA?

All our inventory cars are landed in the USA and available for immediate purchase, we also have an On-Route section showing cars that will be arriving soon.

How soon can I get my vehicle, Do you offer to ship or do I have to pick it up?

Both options are possible. You can purchase a car and drive away that day OR you can choose to have it shipped. A lot of out of state customers choose to have their car shipped right to their front doorstep

Are there any extra fees on top of the listed price?

No! The price advertised is the final price you pay for the vehicle; no hidden fees apply. *Please note your state may charge sales tax*

I’m very interested in purchasing; can I view the vehicle and take it for a test drive?

Absolutely, we love meeting our customers and fellow enthusiasts. It is advised to make an appointment before arriving to ensure the car is still available for purchase and a member of staff is free to assist you.

Do you offer finance?

We work with a number of finance companies who specialize in Japanese Classic imports, please see our finance section for more info. We are always updating our service but at this time are unable to offer in house finance.

How do I register my JDM car?

When you buy from us, we hand you a fully transferable Michigan title that you can take to your local DMV to register, it’s the same as if you bought a vehicle from a local auto dealer. We can also provide temporary plates if you would like to drive your car back to your home state.

Can I register a car if I’m from California?

California has specific requirements to be able to register a vehicle that was never EPA certified. The vehicle must be EPA compliant for the year of manufacture and requires a smog test before registration. The process typically costs between $3,000-$9,000. We have sold many cars to Californian residents in the past, and although the process is tedious, it certainly can be done.

Do you take Trade INs on a JDM car?

Unfortunately, we don’t take trade-ins as we only deal in our specialty JDM RHD Postal & 4×4 recreational vehicles.

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