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I need to ship a vehicle from Arizona to Vancouver. Can anyone recommend how to do that, what it costs, how long it takes, and whether any special.paperwork is required? I will be importing it eventually, but am hoping to not do that until the Arizona registration expires.

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I found the minute you ask about crossing the border, it adds $3k to the price. I was getting $4-6k quotes to bring my old Z06 from Phoenix to Calgary. I got it brought from Phoenix to Great Falls though for $800 and just took a day trip down with a uhaul trailer to grab it. No reason you couldn't do the same to somewhere near the border around Vancouver.

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Either ship to somewhere in WA, or just fly down and drive it back. It's not like it's in FL.

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Thanks guys, I appreciate the advice. Any recommendations on good companies that do this? It's a 26 hour drive, don't want to do that personally as my time is more valuable to me.

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Thanks guys, I appreciate the advice. Any recommendations on good companies that do this? It's a 26 hour drive, don't want to do that personally as my time is more valuable to me.




"Hire" a friend to bring it up??...I brought up a car for a friend a few years back...and for me made a nice holiday out of it and was able to drive up the coast in a nice sports sedan haha...

But aside from time, maybe putting kilometers on your car is something you are looking to avoid??...

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"Hire" a friend to bring it up??...I brought up a car for a friend a few years back...and for me made a nice holiday out of it and was able to drive up the coast in a nice sports sedan haha...

But aside from time, maybe putting kilometers on your car is something you are looking to avoid??...


I can be that "friend" for an all inclusive trip. Just wondering how crossing the border in someone else's car works though...

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I can be that "friend" for an all inclusive trip. Just wondering how crossing the border in someone else's car works though...



You just need a letter authorizing you as an agent to import their car

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