Retired.. you are complicating a very simple process.. use your transit permit issued by the State of Minnesota good anywhere in North America .. Scamp
is very happy to charge you the $10 and drive the trailer to the border crossing of your choice to Ontario. At the border you will pay GST only. CBSA will fill in and transmit the paperwork to RIV. You will receive an email from RIV with your case file number. You will have to go online and pay the RIV fee.. then you will receive the inspection form to take to Canadian Tire for your inspection. Proceed from your inspection to the Service Ontario office and register your trailer, pay the pst and either purchase new plates or transfer existing trailer plates.
I did it last year at the Pigeon River crossing thirty minutes south of Thunder Bay - cleared the border at 1PM ish and was inspected and licensed by 4PM that afternoon. You will receive a sticker for your trailer in the mail in about a week. Depending on your border crossing, how busy RIV is that day and Canadian Tire your results may vary. Pigeon River crossing is not normally busy on a weekday and no appointments are necessary for the inspection at Canadian Tire. Coincidently there is a Gas station located right at the border as well as a duty free shop.
or the alternative.. we have our 2012 Scamp
13 front washroom for sale
already imported with the nice RIV sticker on it.