Requirements to pass through Canada to Alaska

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by Stites, Apr 16, 2009.

  1. Stites

    Stites Bobtail Member

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    Hi all. Since last on here, my wife and I have started our own small-scale moving company, using a box truck to take people's stuff from place to place. Well, we've recently received a job taking a customer's things from here in the lower 48 up to Alaska. We need to know the legal requirements to pass through Canada. I believe I recall the law being changed so that now you have to have a passport to get into Canada. Would there be anymore requirements beyond what you have to have for a moving company in the US? If y'all could point us in the right direction, we'd be ever-grateful and would offer cyberbeer to all until time to go home.:biggrin_2554: Thanks in advance!
     
  2. jeepskate99

    jeepskate99 Road Train Member

    You need a passport and a record that is squeeky clean.
     
  3. Jacob6875

    Jacob6875 Light Load Member

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    Actually you do not need a passport until June 1st. I go there all the time with a birth certificate and a CDL. As far as everything else I am not sure Werner sets everything up for me when I fax stuff to them.
     
  4. psanderson

    psanderson Road Train Member

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    You'll need a Canadian In Transit manifest issued through/from the Customs Broker
     
  5. TripleSix

    TripleSix Road Train Member

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    Dont forget about the DOTs to end all DOT inspection they will give you at Yukon.
     
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