If you go to the CBSA webstie(formerly Customs)cbsa-asfc.gc.ca you can learn all you need to know about importing a vehicle into Canada. Long and short of it, contact RIV with the make and model of the trailer to ensure admissibilty(should not be an issue), ensure there aren't any active recalls, sometimes you can get a letter from the manufacturer. Delcare your exportation with title to US Customs 72 hrs in advance(most dealers do this, for more details contact US CBP). Upon arrival in Canada declare your trailer, present bill of sale with all documentation. Pay your RIV fee, 195 + GST. You will have to pay the PST to the province upon registration. Make sure you bring your CBSA receipt to the Motor Vehicle branch (form B15). Bring your Form 1(RIV form) with you to the MV branch. Importing any vehicle is simple. If you have any questions you can call CBSA border information services and they can help you here is their number 1-800-461-9999. Hope this helps some.
Try Allure flooring, I am not sure if it's available at Home Depot in the US, but I know you can buy it in Canada. It's a great product, very durable, can withstand water. It is very easy to install, all you need is a sharp utility knife, straight edge and tape measure.
I have had both Suburban and Atwood water heaters. I prefer Atwood over Surburban. I found that a 6 gal Atwood was able to provide hot water for a longer period. That could be because of the thermostat setting as mentioned by Old-Biscuit.
I hope they stay away from me and camp with like minded people.
WOW, I got a double WOW.:B I admit that was poorly put, but at the risk of withdrawing one foot and inserting two, I’ll try to put it better since these posts sometimes tend to get carried away. There are people who show movies on the side of their rig, play music, run generators to watch tv, light up the campground like a parking lot or Christmas tree and so on.
But there are also other people who camp to get away from all the chaos and noise of the city and they like their setting much more natural. For the most part the groups are “like minded” and tend to group together. If there’s any tension I think it’s when there’s no opportunity for the groups to separate.
I don’t begrudge the people who like their noise, lighting, and so on. Nor do I think they’re “lesser’ people or “wrong”. I don’t choose to camp there because I like the natural settings. And I think behavior in one setting isn’t necessarily acceptable in another, or put another way, “when in Rome do as the Romans do”. OK, let’s see if I can get a triple WOW.:)
Very well said, at the end of the day it all boils down to a simple saying...to each their own.
hope you are joking...ahhh let me see, a large majority of CG's have dirt roads, that combined with a truck and trailer trying to stop quickly is a recipe for disaster...big issue where I camp. Not everyone abides by the common sense rule that our parents taught us. Look both ways before crossing.
...you are stupid enough to come into my campsite after midnight and knock on my door to tell me to turn off my lights, then you are risking me putting your lights out.
Epic! Where's the "like" button!?:B
X2, can't imagine anyone being that anal about lights, worry about speeding through the CG, there's a real issue
I have done this for years, kids like, neighbours like it, other campers have asked how to do it. Also it's a great way to find your trailer in the dark after a few beer. As other people have said it's an easy way to have lights with out having awning lights. I can't see how amber coloured clearance lights would bother anyone, they aren't spot lights. Clearly there are a vast amount of opinions on this subject, and you know what people say about opinions....