Not sure if I'm posting this in the right place, so please feel free to move it!
I'm giving my 13' Uhaul
trailer to my in-laws this summer, driving from Boston to Canmore, Alberta, to deliver it. Massachusetts is a no-title state, and I don't have one for this trailer . . . and I'm wondering if this is going to make things difficult for them to register it in Alberta. As a dual-country family, we're so used to sneaking gifts across the border that it hadn't occurred to me to be upfront with customs - I was just going to enter the country as a tourist, drop the trailer deep in the forest at a friend's house, and run! Now, I'm thinking I might want to do this the right way, to make it as simple as possible for them to register and insure it.
It's a gift . . . and they won't be with me when I enter Canada somewhere in Quebec, nor will my Canadian hubby be there. I suppose I could make up a bill of sale . . . hmm. It's 25 years old, so it sounds like that makes it easier.
Anyone ever do a non-sale, cross-border gift of a trailer to a Canadian? Thanks in advance!