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ATV transport to Canada

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This topic may have been posted before, but I searched and did not find it.

What are the requirements for bringing a 4-wheeler into Canada for a fishing trip?

I have heard you need the registration tag and insurance?

Is that accurate? Anything more?

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That is correct. If you have the registration card and the insurance you should be fine. That is all we needed.

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Dont forget helmets, I believe I've read that they are mandatory in Canada.

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It will depend on what province you are travelling to as to what the laws are because those laws do not fall under federal jurisdiction . But as a general rule the 3 things already stated should have you covered .

What province are you travelling to Odonata . I am only familiar with Ontario regs .

TD

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I am travelling to Ontario. We are heading up through Thunder Bay. Is insurance required? Or will I get by on proof of ownership?

Thanks for all the info!

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You will have to have separate proof of insurance , ownership and yes a helmet to unless your riding on private property that you have permission to .Also there is no two-up riding allowed on any Ontario roads as of yet .Offroad for the most part it is ok . Also if your trailering make sure you have your trailer documentation in order .

Your in for a real treat of a trip and please wave at the giant of lake superior for me .

Good luck fishing as you are in the land where the world record brook trout came from and fishing is great for many other species also .Lots of nosey bears too . LOL

TD

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Trapperdirk~

Thanks for the information, registration, insurance, helmet, etc. are set to go.

We are leaving early Sat. AM and heading to the Jellicoe area northeast of Nipigon. I am really looking forward to great fishing, friends, and maybe a bear hunt. I will give a wave to the big lake. Your info is appreciated.

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