When it comes to transporting vehicles in and out of Winnipeg, dozens of auto dealerships, relocation companies, and private buyers/sellers turn to us for their cross border transport needs. We have been specializing in US to Winnipeg auto shipping for nearly half a dozen years now. If you need auto transport to Winnipeg, you have come to the right place. Being the largest city in Manitoba, Winnipeg auto transport service is becoming increasingly popular.
Our consolidation point is Pembina, ND on the US side of the border and this is where all incoming and outgoing vehicles eventually end up. Once import paperwork is complete we take the direct route up and down Lord Selkirk Highway, also known as Provincial Trunk Highway 75. Look no further for auto transport to Manitoba, you have come to the right place!
*** If you are looking to save money, we have pickup/delivery options in Pembina, ND. You can either pickup or drop-off here and save significant time and money on customs agents and cross border shipping fees. *** (shaded in box)
Our auto transport service to Winnipeg is strictly USA-Canada based. We currently do not transport any vehicles intra Canada. So if you need US –Winnipeg auto transport, we can help you out regardless of where in the US your car is going to or coming from.
Canada to US Customs clearance – we are familiar with both temporary (informal) and permanent (formal) entry of all vehicles in to the USA.
- CPB Form 7501 entry is used for: 1) Canadian vehicles coming in to the U.S. 12 months or more. 2) US vehicles that came in to Canada via formal (permanent) entry. 3) US vehicle sold in Canada and coming back to the US.
- CPB Form 3299 entry is used for: 1) Canadian vehicles coming in to the USA for 12 months or less. 2) US titled vehicles returning.
US Customs requirements for importing a vehicle:
U.S. to Canada Customs clearance – allow us to help you with either temporary and permanent entry of all vehicles in to Canada
- Formal Import will cost $250 and GST/Duty will be paid via Canadian dollars through an email payment link.
- Returning Canadian vehicles entry Form B4-eng Decleration.
RIV Clearance http://www.riv.ca/RecallClearance.aspx
Canada Border Services Agency http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html
A Canadian citizen is entitled to a $10,000 CAD exemption on one vehicle if they are moving back to Canada. If this is the case, please advise as the vehicle needs to be brought “in-bond” to a Canada customs bonded warehouse to claim this exemption. Importer is required to complete exemption paperwork at that time and pay import fees. If importer does not want to claim exemption, vehicle will be processed as an import and RIV/GST/Duty will apply and can be delivered to destination address.