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Old 02-02-2012, 10:16 AM   #125
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Originally Posted by dcramer View Post
Only the american side needs to be informed, it is because you are exporting the car out.

In fact if you never plan on importing it back in you don't have to stop at all, nobody will check on the Canadian side.
I know this is true for a fact because I missed the US Export office on a busy holiday weekend and had no turnaround option since the other direction was packed.

Neither CBSA nor MTO cared that I missed the US Export stamp. Now, I'd probably have my vehicle seized or be denied entry into the US if they put my name in a database ...
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