Prices of Handicap Cars after Customs Removal in 2023

Publish Date: 28 Feb 2022


Prices of Handicap Cars after Customs Removal in 2023

Lavita Matrix 1500cc starts at 57,000-68,000 EGP

Join Faydety as we explore the changes to the prices of handicap cars for the disabled in Egypt after the removal of the customs fees which led to a big reduction in prices.


There are many handicap car models available on the Egyptian market with prices ranging from 50,000 to 150,000 EGP maximum. A disabled individual may purchase the vehicle of their choice according to their financial means. All they have to do is head to the customs authority and submit the required medical paperwork proving the disability. 


Prices of handicap cars for the disabled in Egypt:


Car prices after the smart card:


  • Kia Shuma: from 50,000 - 69,000 EGP
  • Skoda Octavia A5: from 120,000 - 150,000 EGP
  • Skoda Octavia A4: from 100,000 – 115,000 EGP
  • Skoda Fabia Hatchback: 75,000 – 100,000 EGP
  • Hyundai Matrix 1600 cc: 60,000 – 70,000 EGP


Car prices after customs removal:


  • Latvia Matrix 1500cc: 57,000 – 68,000 EGP
  • Hyundai Avante Elantra (old model): 55,000 – 62,000 EGP
  • Daewoo Lacetti Optra: 62,000 – 80,000 EGP
  • Daewoo Nubira II: 47,000 – 65,000 EGP
  • Daewoo Nubira: 40,000 – 60,000 EGP
  • Kia Shuma: 46,000 – 59,000 EGP
  • Daewoo Lanos: 39,000 – 58,000 EGP
  • Daewoo Juliet: 38,000 – 61,000 EGP


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Required documents:


  • Medical examination form: the applicant must be examined within 6 months to 1 year max before they apply. Cost: 100 EGP.
  • Copy of the national ID card (the original will be examined as well).
  • Submit a letter to the customs authority stating the desired car model and brand along with the medical examination form and copy of national ID card.


“Payment of 150 EGP for the engine and chassis paperwork

Steps to purchase a handicap car:


  1. Head to the customs authority to pick out a suitable car for the disabled person’s condition. Write down the car model, specifications, and price.
  2. Payment of 150 EGP for the engine and chassis paperwork.
  3. Payment of 50 EGP to release the car from the customs authority (to be paid at the exit gate).


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The new handicap car law:


  • The applicant must be at least 18 years old.
  • The applicant must be an Egyptian citizen.
  • The car’s liter capacity must not exceed 1600cc.
  • The car must be registered under the disabled person’s name.
  • The vehicle’s special equipment must match the specifications set by the Medical Commission’s rules.
  • The car cannot be disposed of in any way before 5 years from date of purchase (also the date it cleared customs) have passed.
  • The applicant must pass the Medical Commission’s examination which ascertains their ability to drive a handicap car.
  • The applicant must obtain a detailed report from the supreme council stating the following:
  1. Percentage of disability
  2. Type and location of the injury.
  3. The degree the applicant needs a handicap car.
  4. The type of special equipment that should be present in the car according to disabled person’s health condition.
  • Obtain a report from the social affairs department stating the applicant’s financial situation as well as if they can afford the supplies needed for the handicap car.


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