We still don't get it but we move ahead. Juan took the day off from work just to do his on line application. It's pretty much bullshit but nothing against all our great Canadian friends and I am sure anyone from any other country has the same about entering Mexico and the U.S.
I still don't understand the Canadian website. It says, "Visitors and Temporary Residents". What is the difference? Juan's application is only available for Temporary Resident. No difference to me.
I can't find anything on the Canadian website about insurance requirements or permits for the rv. We are a special case, no doubt. I guess I need to make a call. They have never answered my emails and it has been over two weeks.
I know this is worth it, but in the back of my head I have this fear of getting to the border and being turned away. Juan says it doesn't matter. We'll go as far as we can and if they turn us away we'll travel across the U.S.
Just venting my frustrations. Kevin said he sees no reason why we would have issues. Think about it. Two seniors, both males, one American, one Mexican, the American is a Mexican resident, one vehicle is in the American's name and the other in the Mexican's name (Mexico only allows one name per vehicle no matter what marital status one has). You tell me!