Orginally posted by Big Eddy
So, I tried calling the U.S. Customs Office in Seattle and was told that all I would need for a new trailer manufactured in Canada is the Title, Bill of Sale and personal ID. There would be a brief border inspection and no duty charge. They would supply the paperwork needed for registration. It sounds too easy.
It's suppose to be easy, because of the trade agreement.
on the age of my trailer, for some reason, I thought if it was older I would have had problems. :lol probably not. :wak
My little darling was built in Gimli, Manitoba. It's says on the closet door. :)
if you need something notarized, I thought 3 witnesses would work instead, but didn't come up.
Just remembered the one thing, that really caused a problem. the money exchange. I took cashiers checks thinking that would be easy. I had to cash them at a bank, the bank i tried didn't want to do that large amount. finally we found out the dealer could accept tha checks as money, but at first he didn't know he could. so I would check on how to make the payment. That part was a hair puller.