Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Boots, Aug 27, 2003.
Anyone have any experience?
yup. what you having problems with?
here's a list of cars
www.riv.ca has all the info on what you have to do. it's pretty easy.
ü Recall clearance letter
ü The vehicle must bear a manufacturer's valid statement of compliance label at the time of
importation, otherwise a manufacturer's latter of compliance will be required.
ü The Registrar of Imported Vehicles will mail a Canadian statement of compliance label to you
after passing the federal inspection.
ü Valid alpha-numeric 17-digit VIN
ü Metric speedometer and odometer labels (provided by inspection centre)
ü Daytime running lights, if manufactured after November 1989
ü Infant restraint kit, if manufactured after 1988
ü Child tether anchorage, for most passenger cars manufactured after 1988
(refer to Admissibility List)
ü 8 km/hour bumpers (refer to Admissibility List)
ü French supplementary restraint system label for airbags that require periodic maintenance
Interesting.... I'd like to bring a 92 Accord EX (EX-R) up from the southern US and do a little swappity swap swap