now in kingman, arizona, getting a new chain. here is how it worked at los angeles international. went to lancargo, they gave me a paper to get stamped at customs about a mile away. customs didn't want to stamp it and wanted me to get a customs broker because the bikes are hazardous cargo and i didn't have proof that i shipped it from the US. we went around a little bit, very courteous, then i asked for a supervisor. he told them that since i was saying it was a arizona and colorado plated bike they should check it out on the computer. homeland security would have that info. it was in the computer, i got a little lecture to keep shipping papers. i told them i was a rookie. they stamped the paper and i went back to lancargo and paid them $30.00 and added gas, connected batteries and rode out... !!! customs had cracked open a master lock and that was the only problem. So less than $1400.00 for two bikes from santiago to lax... insist on not paying volume charges in santiago. if they want volume charges make them call everyone in charge. NO VOLUME CHARGE ON MOTORCYCLES from chile to lax... Good luck. And Carmel Valley Road from the coast east is fantastic!