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What do you need to do to a Japanese car legalized for the roads in Canada to import it into Alaska by a US resident?


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2009-01-07 19:19:56
2009-01-07 19:19:56

I believe that any vehicles that are 'legal' on the roads in Canada are also considered 'legal in the US. Many of the vehicles sold and driven in the US are actually built in Canada.

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