Importing a U.S. car into Canada? You need a recall letter!

Recall clearance documents verify that any defects identified by the manufacturer as a potential safety risk to the vehicle’s operator, occupants and public at large, have been corrected.

Recall clearance is required before a car can be registered and plated. The Registrar of Imported Vehicles (RIV) will not release the inspection form for your vehicle until confirmation that there are no outstanding recalls, has been received.

We have built strong relationships with key dealers and manufacturers, which allows us access to vehicle recall databases for most makes and models. It normally takes us 1-4 hours to process a recall letter and have it submitted directly to RIV.

Testimonials

"I imported a Lexus RX and my local dealer wouldn't provide me with a recall letter. RecallCheck.com got me the letter for $60 within an hour and I had my car on the road the same day!" - Steven E. - Toronto, ON

 

 

"My dealer wanted to charge me over $500 for the recall letter... Thankfully I found Recall Check who was able to get me it for significantly less!" - Faisal - Toronto, ON


About Recall Check

Recall Check has been providing recall clearance letters across Canada and the US since 1999. Our extensive recall database is updated daily and contains information for all makes and models. The Registrar of Imported Vehicles (RIV) requires that every car imported into Canada needs a recall clearance letter. All of our recall letter orders are sent directly to the Registrar of Imported Vehicles (RIV) and are normally processed and approved within 2 business hours.

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E-mail: service@recallcheck.ca or call 1-888-431-5574

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