1. Determine if your desired vehicle is eligible. Make sure the vehicle you'd like to purchase meets guidelines outlined on Transport
2. Find out if your insurance covers you. Get your new vehicle insured by your Canadian insurance company, and verify that the insurance covers your vehicle in the
3. Get your important papers. Don't forget the temporary, one-month license plate from your Gee Automotive Dealer! This will allow you to drive in the
4. Plan to enjoy the sights south of the border. Plan for three, fun-filled days in the
5. Don't forget your clearance document. Ask for a "proof of recall clearance document" from your vehicle's manufacturer. Smart dealers like Gee Automotive will know all about this. Just don't forget to ask!
6. Wrap up your trip. Put the keys in the ignition and head north, back to beautiful
7. Smile as you pay your taxes. Head to the Canadian Customs office with your Bill of Sale and Certificate of Title stamped for exportation. Some taxes will apply depending on the type of vehicle you're importing, and where you're registering the vehicle in
8. Time to register. Once the taxes have been paid, you'll receive Vehicle Import Form - Form 1. This will allow you to register your new vehicle in your province.
9. Check your mailbox. A second form, Vehicle Import Form - Form 2, will be mailed to your home address within two weeks of your arrival in
10. Get your official Canadian license plate. Gather all your paperwork - Form 1, Certificate of Title, bill of sale, safety inspection certificate (if applicable), and insurance certificate - and take it to your vehicle license issuing office for processing. Within a few days you'll receive your vehicle's Canadian Certification Label by mail. Stick this label on your vehicle. Your new vehicle is officially Canadian-approved!
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