I recently shipped a TR 250 fender to Alberta from Ohio. It went FedEx
because it was too big for the US Postal Service. It cost $23 and some
change for ground shipping. FedEx doesn't know what they are doing though!!!
It was a hassle to figure out all of the pieces of the puzzle...
If anyone wants the details, email me off list. It probably isn't so bad if
you know how to jump through the hoops.
----- Original Message -----
From "Robert Duquette" <RobertDuquette at Sympatico.ca>
To: "Spridget List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 05, 2001 9:35 PM
Subject: Re: Canadian Customs
> I received a package from the US today and a bill for 16.05 because the
> seller wrote only the part name, and not the car that it is for or the
> I only told him twice . . .
> Robert D.
> -----Original Message-----
> >Have the sender mark very clearly on the exterior of the package "ANTIQUE
> >AUTO PARTS - OVER 25 YEARS OLD - FOR PERSONAL IMPORT - NO BROKER"
> >Whenever I have done this either importing or exporting I have had no
> >problems. By the way, it is much better to use the postal service when
> >crossing borders instead of UPS or FED Ex.