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The following important information will help you prepare and avoid unnecessary delays:
You must have a title of your vehicle and a photo ID in order to have it transported to Canada.
Vehicles must be in operating condition when transporting it to Canada, with a working emergency brake, and must either be licensed or qualified to be licensed for operation on public streets or highways. We will not accept cars if these standards are not met.
All vehicles must have a clean exterior so that a vehicle inspection may be performed. Dirty vehicles will not be accepted. Clean cars are necessary because we want to be able to take note of if any preexisting damages on your vehicles. The vehicle carrier cannot transport vehicles with cracked or damaged windshields or windows and must be fixed prior to transportation.
All personal belongings must be removed. No exception. The only items acceptable for shipment in your automobile are those tools and accessories normally attached to the vehicle, or permanently installed in the dash, doors, rear deck, or console. If it is not bolted in, you must remove it from your vehicle. You can choose to leave the car alarm in your vehicle, make sure that the system is disengaged prior to shipment. Fire extinguishers can not be left in the vehicle and must be removed. You will need to have your registration and car information in the glove compartment.
Vehicles with propane tanks for auxiliary uses must be delivered for shipment with the propane tanks empty of any liquid or fumes. The empty tank must be tagged and certified as "gas free" by an authorized propane dealer or service company. We recommend that you verify the cost of emptying and certifying propane tanks. It may be less costly to purchase a new tank at your destination.
When transporting your vehicle, please leave it with 1/4 tank of gas or less. The port personnel will receive and inspect your vehicle and make sure your vehicle is ready to go to its destination. If you are shipping a vehicle powered by an alternative fuel -propane, electric, natural gas, etc., do let us know and we can make the necessary arrangements.
Motorcycles can be transported like a vehicle or it can be crated at the warehouse and then treated the same as your household goods. Again, the title is required prior to transportation.
For more questions, please call and/or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and 877.784.2111.
VEHICLE AND MOTORCYCLES