There are certain things that are always a big pain in the butt. I knew when I moved to a new location, I was going to be faced with a lot of trouble. There were so many things to do, such as changing my license, mailing address and bank account. I don’t enjoy messing around with paperwork that are time consuming. With that being said, I just love it when something surprises me because it is easier than expected. Sometimes I expect a task to be difficult and it turns out surprisingly easy. I recently was looking into how to import a Japanese car. I want to bring a certain model here in the United States. The reason I was looking into this is because I really liked the look of the Japanese models. I liked that there is a wide variety of options in the Japanese market and they are all trustworthy. There are Nissan Skylines R32, R33, R34, Toyota Supras, Mazda RX7s, Honda NSX’s, Nissan Silvias available to import into the United States. I had my choice between a JDM sport or classic. I assumed that working with a JDM importer would be a challenge, and it was not. I then figured the cost of importing a Japanese car would be far too high, but it was not. I then worried that the car would be old. With the 25 year rule, it was safe to buy an imported car. I expected to be forced to jump through a lot of hoops to finally get my hands on the car. It was quickly delivered right to our front door.