Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Huntington Beach, Ca, USA
I believe the Canadian buyer has to produce documentation (letter) that the bike has no recalls outstanding and that is road worthy. You could help the buyer by taking it to a local BMW dealer and have this done which in turn expedites the sale for you. I heard either the Canadian government or Canadian BMW dealers were charging $500 for this documentation. I don't know if this is still going on or not. This was an attempt to keep Canadians from buying in the U.S. where the resale price for a used BMW was far below Canadian used bike prices. Good luck with your sale.
'05 R1200RT, Ruby, as in RED, (current garage queen)
'04 R1150RT, '99 Ducati 748 BiPosto, '93 Seca II, '93 K1100RS, '83 Yamaha Maxim 750,