RVs sold in Canada, must be CSA approved. It is an additional sticker, beside the the other sticker that shows which standards the RV was constructed to.
You do not need to have the CSA sticker traveling through and camping in Canada. If you purchase the RV in the USA, and the final destination is in Canada, then the RV needs to be CSA approved. You need to be absolutely clear with the dealer on that. From another thread I saw last year, it may be possible to get the CSA sticker with additional cost and documentation.
When I bought my trailer in Ohio last year, it was built in accordance with US standards, but did not comply with CSA requirements. I was having problems with the trailer shortly after I bought it, and was in Manitoba. I talked with the dealer and he told me to bring it it, 1200 miles from where I was, so that was not an option. He then told me to find a FR dealer nearby and see if they would work on it.
I found a FR dealer in Winnipeg, and discussed with him. He asked where I bought it, and I told him Ohio. He said he could not even have my RV on the lot, and he could not work on it as it would void the warranty.
Unless you have warranty work done by the dealer you bought it from, you are at the mercy of another FR dealer, and fitting it into their work flow, if they will even work on it at all. FR is pretty clear on their website it to work through your local dealer.
Quite an eye opener, and when I buy another RV, I will definitely discuss warranty work done by other dealers. Outdoor RV Manufacturing's warranty program is awesome, and they will work with you and getting work done at any of their dealers.
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