Why import from Japan when you can just buy in Canada pay the 2.5% duty at customs and drive home?
Because Canada be drivin in salt.
And Canada be drivin in ice
Which means salt and ice Rahway
Now Rudy get your education
Get it on that rust
When rust come it don't go
And oceans salt and water and ice and salt mix. And melt. And stay. And rust.
And the pizza is in kilometres a hour there. Not mile per hour
Op is a idiot
Because Canadians get the same cars you do...
There's nothing special to bring over the borded unless you're a big fan of rust. Can you import from Japan to Canada (15yrs rule), then bring it to USA without the 25yr rule applying?
Rust, trust me
25 rule still applies unless you import through Florida and go through the registration loophole
So then what the fuck was the point of this thread? Literally every vehicle that comes across the ocean comes here for "North American Markets", not "Canada" and not "USA". There may be a few exceptions, I don't claim to know every car ever imported, but it's certainly not common.
Actually, even most "import" cars sold here are manufactured in either Canada, USA or Beanerland. We have the same safety/emissions requirements as you guys.. which is the only factor for selling or not selling a car. We're the same people as far as car manufacturers are concerned.
Then they didn't come from Canada...
Also importing from Canada would likely be done over land. Never checked but I would assume a transport truck would be cheaper to ship on for this relatively short distance, especially considering nothing of value lies at our coasts.
I was saying if it's less that 25 years old and imported to Mericuckland. By land would, it be crushed if found out by the government and no I'm not sorry.
> implying he would need to ride all the way on the cargo ship
I'm not 100% sure how it works in Canada but I presume he would transfer the title to you there then you would leave it unregistered until you got to Florida
I'm currently in a similar situation with my foxbody Capri I bought in W Virginia and drove back to Ohio
In Canada, you can transport pretty much anything you want to anywhere in Canada you want. If it's unregistered/uninsured, then you can't drive it, but you can move it around.
I don't know what happens if you try to insure a car you can't register (I know if I paid 30k for a car, I'd want it insured during transportation). Pretty sure you can import and insure whatever you want, it's the registration that won't go through.
Are you an idort that's without all the cargoship bullshit. I was implying he cross the border telling the border security he's going to the states for a "vacation", you meet with the cunt in Florida along with his under 25 year old shitbox
I guess I'm an idort. I can't see why you driving it there yourself would be any different than shipping it there
Although if it is in fact impossible to leave a Canadian title "open" like an American title that would do it.
I don't know.. I'm having a hard time finding the information on this. Would have to ask a transport office by the looks of it.
>As the new owner, by law you must register your used vehicle within six days of the sale. (http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/vehicle/used.shtml)
I can't see how this is remotely true.. it would imply you can't buy a car in Ontario and register it in Quebec? Or if they accept inter-provincial transfers but not to different countries? But there it is on the official website. So I don't fucking know anymore. They also say:
>The vehicle will remain registered in the seller’s name until the vehicle transfer has been completed at ServiceOntario. Caution, if the vehicle transfer has not been completed, you may be pursued legally as the vehicle owner in the event of an infraction involving the vehicle.
So.. you can register it in Ontario right after the sale.. maybe you can re-register when you get it to USA? And if that's the case, then you probably can just drive it down yourself.
Same here friend, only option is a GTO or a G8.
I just want an Ozfag muscle car that's kinda new
If your importing it from another country you have to do the paperwork at the border for it to be allowed in the states.
IIRC you have to take that paperwork, along with everything proving you bought the vehicle, to the DMV and have them process it and issue a title for that state. Probably different everywhere though.