Totally.I am planning to cross the border with a rental bike in March 2019 alone. Is that possible?
Do you work for a fee to get "Correct paperwork"? I'm interested in getting through Chiang Khong / Huay Xai. Also, I'd like to ride a small KLX 150BF.Totally.
We've had DRZs and a CRF across there (Chiang Khong / Huay Xai) - three in the last month. Two came back out the same way, the third came back out at Muang Ngeun / Huai Kon. No problems at all.
We had two bikes try to get into Muang Ngeun (against our advice) and they were refused. They then did as we had advised, and got in at Huay Xai
Correct paperwork is essential.
We do the paperwork for our rental bikes for a minimal fee. We don't do it for other bikes. We've spent a lot of time getting the documents in order for our bikes, so that customers can have a hassle-free border crossing.Do you work for a fee to get "Correct paperwork"? I'm interested in getting through Chiang Khong / Huay Xai. Also, I'd like to ride a small KLX 150BF.
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