Getting Started Importing a Vehicle
Importing a vehicle requires two steps.
First - Submit the Vehicle Import Qualification Package via email to firstname.lastname@example.org We will respond to your email within two business days. If your photos are too large to send in one email please send multiple emails referencing the vehicle make and model in the subject line.
Second - If your vehicle meets our Qualification Requirements we will send you additional paperwork to submit to us and we will formulate the timeline for importing the vehicle from Canada.
Vehicle Import Qualification Package:
Provide a copy of the following as attachments in an email with your contact information to email@example.com
- Copy of the Bill of Sale | Bill of Sale Example |
- Copy of the signed ICBC | ICBC Example |
- Copy of the signed NAFTA agreement (unless the vehicle was manufactured in the US) | NAFTA Agreement |
The Exporter is the person selling the vehicle even if they are a private party
On the NAFTA form you will need fill out Box 1, 3, 4, 5, 11, and sign 11A
- Verification letter of no outstanding manufacturer’s recalls | Recall Statement Example |
- Legible pictures of the following:
- Manufacturer’s ID placard containing VIN found in driver’s side door jam | Photo Example |
- EPA US Compliant placard found in engine compartment | Photo Example |
- Enunciator lights and speedometer (obtained when ignition first selected on) | Photo Example |
- For cars/SUV’s/6 passenger trucks model year 2003 or newer, the child seat anchors. This requirement is not applicable to trucks greater than GVWR 10K and above | Photo Example |
- For cars/SUV’s model year 2003 or newer, the internal trunk release – This requirement is not applicable to trucks greater than GVWR 10K and above | Photo Example |