Driver's license and insurance

Old Nov 17th 2003, 8:55 am
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Destination Canada Publications
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Hi Everybody,
Thought you should know a few things when considering a move to
Canada. First off, all provinces have different requirements for
driver's license applications, different fees and different procedures
for applying. Always have photo id with you when going to the
ministry, always have some proof of birth place, always have some form
of citizenship. Former licenses will be able to be used, depending on
how long ago they expired, bring that with you too. You don't have to
make an appointment, but you will have to wait at the centre like the
rest of us. The issue here is more an insurance problem. Companies are
becoming very, very strict on who gets insured and how much it will
cost, if you go to a province with private insurance. Some provinces
have crown insurance which allows easier access to insurance, others
claim they pay more to have this in place....it's a debate for sure.
Also, not all vehicles are allowed to pass over the border or be
shipped over. Transport Canada has a great site that will give you
more information...www.riv.ca
My books on relocating to Canada have a lot of this information in
them, check it out at www.destinationcanadarelocation.com or
www.relocatecanada.com. Best of luck, Destination Canada Publications
 
Old Nov 19th 2003, 2:33 am
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S B
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Destination Canada Publications wrote:
    >
    > Hi Everybody,
    > Thought you should know a few things when considering a move to
    > Canada. First off, all provinces have different requirements for
    > driver's license applications, different fees and different procedures
    > for applying. Always have photo id with you when going to the
    > ministry, always have some proof of birth place, always have some form
    > of citizenship. Former licenses will be able to be used, depending on
    > how long ago they expired, bring that with you too. You don't have to
    > make an appointment, but you will have to wait at the centre like the
    > rest of us. The issue here is more an insurance problem. Companies are
    > becoming very, very strict on who gets insured and how much it will
    > cost, if you go to a province with private insurance. Some provinces
    > have crown insurance which allows easier access to insurance, others
    > claim they pay more to have this in place....it's a debate for sure.
    > Also, not all vehicles are allowed to pass over the border or be
    > shipped over. Transport Canada has a great site that will give you
    > more information...www.riv.ca
    > My books on relocating to Canada have a lot of this information in
    > them, check it out at www.destinationcanadarelocation.com or
    > www.relocatecanada.com. Best of luck, Destination Canada Publications

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You aren't posting to help people out, you're here to sell your books
and services.
 
Old Nov 19th 2003, 11:53 am
  #3  
Destination Canada Publications
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S B <[email protected] > wrote in message news:<[email protected] da.ca>...
    > Destination Canada Publications wrote:
    > >
    > > Hi Everybody,
    > > Thought you should know a few things when considering a move to
    > > Canada. First off, all provinces have different requirements for
    > > driver's license applications, different fees and different procedures
    > > for applying. Always have photo id with you when going to the
    > > ministry, always have some proof of birth place, always have some form
    > > of citizenship. Former licenses will be able to be used, depending on
    > > how long ago they expired, bring that with you too. You don't have to
    > > make an appointment, but you will have to wait at the centre like the
    > > rest of us. The issue here is more an insurance problem. Companies are
    > > becoming very, very strict on who gets insured and how much it will
    > > cost, if you go to a province with private insurance. Some provinces
    > > have crown insurance which allows easier access to insurance, others
    > > claim they pay more to have this in place....it's a debate for sure.
    > > Also, not all vehicles are allowed to pass over the border or be
    > > shipped over. Transport Canada has a great site that will give you
    > > more information...www.riv.ca
    > > My books on relocating to Canada have a lot of this information in
    > > them, check it out at www.destinationcanadarelocation.com or
    > > www.relocatecanada.com. Best of luck, Destination Canada Publications
    >
    > Altogether now ...
    >
    > spam, spam, spam, spam
    > spam, spam, spam, spam
    >
    > spam and chips
    > spam and sausages
    > spam and eggs
    > spam and spam
    > spam and beans
    > spam, spam and eggs
    > spam, spam and sausages
    > spam, spam and more spam
    >
    > You aren't posting to help people out, you're here to sell your books
    > and services.

Well, you are entitled to your opinion. Sorry to hear that is how you
feel. Posting on this site is an exercise for me to learn more about
what people want to know, to stay current of the Canadian immigration
policies and to help where I can. It would appear that not all see it
that way. You don't have to go to my site if you don't want to, it's a
free world. Best of luck. Destination Canada Publications
 
Old Nov 19th 2003, 11:57 am
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FaK
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Default Re: Driver's license and insurance

I dont think anybody appreciates your postings please stop selling thru here and use the right channels. Stop wasting our time.

Originally posted by Destination Canada Publications
Hi Everybody,
Thought you should know a few things when considering a move to
Canada. First off, all provinces have different requirements for
driver's license applications, different fees and different procedures
for applying. Always have photo id with you when going to the
ministry, always have some proof of birth place, always have some form
of citizenship. Former licenses will be able to be used, depending on
how long ago they expired, bring that with you too. You don't have to
make an appointment, but you will have to wait at the centre like the
rest of us. The issue here is more an insurance problem. Companies are
becoming very, very strict on who gets insured and how much it will
cost, if you go to a province with private insurance. Some provinces
have crown insurance which allows easier access to insurance, others
claim they pay more to have this in place....it's a debate for sure.
Also, not all vehicles are allowed to pass over the border or be
shipped over. Transport Canada has a great site that will give you
more information...www.riv.ca
My books on relocating to Canada have a lot of this information in
them, check it out at www.destinationcanadarelocation.com or
www.relocatecanada.com. Best of luck, Destination Canada Publications
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