I live in Nairobi but my heart is in the outskirts. I hear kununua nduthi UG is waaay much cheaper. KTM ama Ducati. Traffic ya shitty under the sun swesmek that’s why i’d prefer riding. After reading kra import details it has proved expensive to import. sijiskii kupea Njiraini almost 60% of the bike’s worth. So…importers… is it really cheaper getting her from UG?
I think your question should be whether you still have to pay duty to Njiraini.
Even if you don’t bother paying Duty, no one will ever catch you. It’s a Ducatti my fren!!
Haha stop misleading a ninja. Atakamuliwa sana eventually
You can’t enjoy riding while always looking over your shoulder and kazaing your kunyi everytime you see a cop.
Interpol tracked a CBR600 stolen from US, taken to UG, sold to a happy Kenyan and brought to me for repairs.
On one bike we installed a dummy ignition so when the cop grabs the fake keys and walks away you switch on the hidden ignition and bolt away.
The cops mark suspect bikes then track your route. You’ll be surprised by a knock on your door.
Fishy plates made me tearfully return a Dakar-adapted 1992 Honda Africa Twin.
Mzungu aliniuzia na plates za Jincheng 125cc.
Hehehe … Tell them my brother. Hii sio hekaya. Keep away from these machines…
The worst I’ve done is share one number plate and insurance between two bikes.
Nowadays I am fully legit.