Guaranty has dealt w/many cross-border deals, including semi-defunct Country Coach sales to Canajians that are exporting the vehicle to their home country. They may give you the paperwork & have you sign the vehicle out of their inventory based on transporting & registering it yourself in your jurisdiction.
They did that w/me & California (a circus here, but that's another thread) using a stack of affidavits. I had to get the VIN certified by a Hwy Patrol or DMV VIN certifier (yeah, there's such an official position here in the People's Repub of CA). Oops, I digressed... but the point is Guaranty's end of the deal was made to work for both parties & leave registration/fees/etc. to you. Make sure you do your homework & know what the regs are. Any statements made by the dealership or its snipes are useless; check them out meticulously. In my case Guaranty gave me all good info, but it was still on me to verify & get it done.
Baja-tested '08 2-slide 36'
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