US Customs Service Vehicle Export Worksheet
NOTE: A duplicate title is a title issued by a state DMV/DOL clearly bearing the words "Duplicate" or "Duplicate Title". A salvage, flood, or rebuild title is a title or certificate clearly bearing those words at the top or in a remark of comment area. A title bearing the words "Total Loss", "Totaled", "Unrebuildable", or "Rebuildable" in comments or remarks is also a salvage title. A "Copy" title is as described in Item 2 or Required Export Documents. Title # on Title Abstracts and print outs will be preceded by "Title:", "T:", or "TL:".
Instructions to Exporters:
Step 1. Present completed worksheet and copies of required documents a minimum of 5 business days in advance of load date to:
MOVING CANADA SYSTEMS
REQUIRED EXPORT DOCUMENTS IN ADDITION TO ANY BILL OF SALE (19CFR192):
UNREADABLE DOCUMENTS OR EXPORTS LACKING ABOVE WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
- Original title, front & back. This includes flood, rebuilt, salvage, etc.
- Copy of title certified by state DMV/DOL. Certifications by notary publics, Insurance agents, lending institutions, and other private organizations are not acceptable.
- Original title abstract, printout, or letter issued by state DMV/DOL bearing an original state certification.
- Original Manufacturer's Statement of Origin (MSO) for newly manufactured vehicles not yet issued a title.
- Written documentation that the vehicle does not require a title. A citation from state, motor vehicle regulations or a letter from a DMV/DOL official will satisfy. In addition, the exporter must certify in writing that the purchase is a bona-fide transaction and the vehicle is not stolen.
- If the title shows ownership by any party other than the exporter and does not show release of interest, the exporter must provide an original letter of the owner's lettehead granting permission to export. This letter must fully identify the vehicle and provide contact information for the lien holder or owner.
Step 2. Present original documents at export at US Customs, Blaine, Pacific Hwy crossing, prior to entering Canada.
Additional information is available in Blaine Trade Notice 181
Instructions to US CUSTOMS -- question from the public must be directed to the intended US Customs port of export.