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Old 09-20-2008, 07:13 AM
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Where does it say you need a bond? I don't have a bond and have hauled into Canada before so I know it's not required. I have a Canadian Carrier Code but that is not a bond.

So it looks like your saying I can haul into Canada all I want but if I drive through without dropping off or loading up I need a bond?

Me thinks your wrong.
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Old 09-20-2008, 07:25 AM
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Where does it say you need a bond? I don't have a bond and have hauled into Canada before so I know it's not required. I have a Canadian Carrier Code but that is not a bond.

So it looks like your saying I can haul into Canada all I want but if I drive through without dropping off or loading up I need a bond?

Me thinks your wrong.
is the code you have a 4 digit number?
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Old 09-20-2008, 07:29 AM
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is the code you have a 4 digit number?
Yes it is and that's called a Canadian Carrier Code and not a bond.
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is the code you have a 4 digit number?
Yes it is and that's called a Canadian Carrier Code and not a bond.
ok it took me a while to find it,but this is the form you need,notice the 2 or 3rd line down where it says canada bond number this is where I would put in the 4 digit code I got from my company.I have no idea if it's the same type of number you have,if you try it you need atleast 5 copies.

http://www.questaweb.com/documents/Form-7512B.pdf
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Old 09-20-2008, 08:19 AM
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Ok, thanks!!

I think I'm just going to stay in the U.S. since my rate included the route around Canada. It's just not worth it to find out there's some reason I can't drive through.
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Old 09-20-2008, 08:36 AM
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Ok, thanks!!

I think I'm just going to stay in the U.S. since my rate included the route around Canada. It's just not worth it to find out there's some reason I can't drive through.
I agree 100%
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Is your map indicative of all the places you've gone? I only have one left to do and that's Florida.
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Old 09-20-2008, 09:45 AM
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Is your map indicative of all the places you've gone? I only have one left to do and that's Florida.
in the truck,I have been to all except Hawaii counting personal
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Have trucked in all 50 states and all provinces of Canada. Managed Hawaii by talking a trucker into letting me drive his, in a bar, while on vacation one time there
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Old 09-21-2008, 01:57 AM
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A bond is how the government makes sure that the proper tariffs get paid on imports. It's not an issue when you're importing goods into Canada because either A) you clear customs at the border, B) you're delivering to an approved bonded warehouse inland, or C) you're a bonded carrier. At least I think you're ok if C. When all you're doing is crossing Canada en route back to the U.S., you don't have to clear customs with respect to tariffs. They require you to have a bond in case they discover later that you did in fact deliver some of your goods there. I assume Mike's company was bonded and that's the number he supplied. That was the explanation given to me.
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