Originally Posted by Francesca Knowles
If CSA operates down here, that's an excellent suggestion, David!
That "seal of approval" would certainly convey the attention-to-detail thing Nest is trying to get across. And I think it would make the Nest the only U.S. fiberglass trailer that could be directly imported into Canada without a buyer having to jump through RIV program hoops
. How great would THAT look in a brochure?
Forgot to mention that on trailers the only things they check the trailer for during the RIV inspection is the locations of its outside lights
and that they work and that the light
lens has the correct DOT # on them & the serial numbers of the trailer match up with the paper work, not much more.... they check a few other items when it comes to importing cars, such as making sure it has day light
, seat belts and a rear bumper that meets Canadian standards (and no one has pulled it apart to install a custom hitch that was never meant to be on the car) etc. So if someone was to buy a trailer and put it through the RIV program in Canada assuming they would check all the wiring and propane
install is correct they would be sadly disappointed. You dont get much for a $40 RIV inspection.