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Old 12-13-2014, 08:44 AM   #15
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canada as a visitor.Check out RV No Tax in Montana by forming an LLC save on the tax, registration, licensing and safety inspection and you can bring into
LLC'S don't work for Canadians. It's illegal for a Canadian to drive a US registered vehicle into Canada ( even a rental ).
Had to pick my coach up; in Montana; on a permit , call back to B.C. and arrange temporary insurance, 30 day max. Pay the Canadian federal taxes at the border, and the B.C., taxes when the inspections were complete and I got the coaches plates.
The dealer in Montana was pushing me to set up an LLC; probably had a deal with the lawyer. That was one of several things the dealer was miss-informed ( read that lied ) about.
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In Florida, I saw several coach with Florida license plate on them!
Possibly the could not drive them back in Canada?
Was the reason because they own their CG lot. Can you get US license plate even if you are not a US citizen?
Here in Quebec you do pay 15% taxes over cost...and license plates around $730 plus every year
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Old 12-14-2014, 10:30 AM   #17
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[QUOTE=laurier;2343462]In Florida, I saw several coach with Florida license plate on them!
Possibly the could not drive them back in Canada?
Was the reason because they own their CG lot. Can you get US license plate even if you are not a US citizen?
To the original poster.
Sorry we're hy-jacking your post.
laurier; my in-laws, registered a car in AZ , and left it there at their mobile home, flew back into Canada. Laws regarding vehicle registration will vary state to state, perhaps they were allowed to register a car, because they owned property. Can't ask them, so any questions would have to be directed to the individual state's DOT.
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I am not hijacking the subject. Just a suggestion that could save him more money...
Very few people are not aware that Canadians could pay up to $45,000 in extra taxes on a $300,000 MH. Used or new......
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No Recall letter

We imported our Beaver motorhome into Canada in April of last year. After a lot of phone calls finally found a person at Monaco that gave us a No Recall letter.

I tried to show it at the border both on the American and the Canadian side but both told me that it was not their concern. When I went to get my Ontario plates they had the same reaction. I never did find anyone who wanted to see the No Recall letter. Still carry it with me in case somebody asks.

Good luck with you importation. It is not nearly as complicated as it first seems.

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