The dates for my Morocco Voyages are fast approaching and whether I will be able to stay the full 33 days over 2.5 months or longer if i so decide, are base on the premise that I will be able to leave my bike at the airport, via customs (much the same as Mick and Tan did) by leaving the bike in the airport paid parking, handing over some of the bike keys, v5, temporary import documents etc... However I have found that in many things, the ''Assumption of the worst case scenario is going to happen policy'' has been beneficial. Assuming the worst case scenario, that for whatever reason, at either of the Marrakesh, Agadir, or Rabat airports I would use, they tell me: ''No you cannot leave your vehicle, you must go out of country'' denied boarding & I just get this repeated message from all people I speak to... or Customs staff are somehow not available / closed somehow / nobody there (One would have thought Customs would have to be there 24/7..) or Customs catch on to my repeated use of this method to leave my bike in the country, (whether it be because I am using the same airport many times, or the same tourist number issued regarding permissions to leave the country now that bike, keys documents etc have been left...) and they then start taking a disliking to me & for whatever reason decide I can not do this repeatedly... and deny me use of this provision. If this was the case, I would either have to try another airport, or just ride straight north to get to Gibraltar or Malaga as soon as possible. However, this is not a good situation, as it would already be 6pm-8pm, dark, and many miles to do with no gaurentee of a ferry crossing. The thing is I am required to be at work in London the next day every week at 9am and it would inevitably mean, I would miss most of the day at work. (4 days in Morocco, 3 days at work - Repeat ) However twice now delayed flights elsewhere (Ibiza and Gibraltar) have meant I have been late to work, now, as good as an excuse as it may be: (Sorry im late, I was on another continent last night, and African officials would not let me leave the country, I had to then ride 500 miles, cross the Strait of Gibraltar sea, and then fly 1,500 miles, only to be hit by rush hour London traffic) or (Sorry i didn't turn up for work today, my cross country country commute took 15 hours... ) So far they have found my country hopping quite hilarious, and not been bothered if I was late, but I would rather be punctual off course, & it is the only day of the week I am there that the managers and big cheeses in the office so It would not make the best impression. Then I am wanting to know - how is it decided how much permanent import tax I would have to pay? Has anybody permanently imported a Vehicle/Bike into Morocco ? How do I go about this procedure? How quickly can this be done? I know you would need an address to register it to, which im sure is doable via a third party. Perhaps it would be better in my case to permanently import the vehicle, keep it in Morocco forever, for repeated shenanigans around the country? This I would be quite happy with. Then too, surely if it does break down or get stolen, there is no worries about a ridiculous price to pay thereafter... Seems like the better option to me. The bike is a year 2000 Yamaha XJ600, value £1000 or less. In any case perhaps i am mowed down by a native gang who catch on to my repeated arrivals at the same airport, and decide to do me a mugging & snatch the moto from my possession. Then having to pay the permanent import 40% anyway... What do you think?