Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: Tucson, AZ, USA
Re: Riding in Canada??
No passport needed either way, and most insurer's will cover your PERSONAL travel into Canada for a limited time - but check with them to make sure. US Driver's license is fine.
The only thing they are really strict about is handguns. Don't even THINK of taking one across. I believe the minimum fine is $10K - not to mention a whole bunch of hassle and lawyer's fees, 'cause you're gonna need one to get out of jail.
Generally, U.S. citizens must possess
a valid U.S. passport to depart from or
enter the United States.2 However, U.S.
citizens who depart from or enter the
United States by land or sea from within
the Western Hemisphere other than
from Cuba have historically been
exempt from this passport requirement.3
U.S. citizens have always been required
to satisfy the inspecting officers of their
identity and citizenship.4 Since January
31, 2008, U.S. citizens ages 19 and older
have been asked to present documents
proving citizenship, such as a birth
certificate, and government-issued
documents proving identity, such as a
driverís license, when entering the
United States through land and sea
ports-of-entry. Children under the age of
19 have only been asked to present
proof of citizenship, such as a birth certificate.
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Last edited by RonKMiller; Apr 22nd, 2008 at 10:37 pm.