Hauling fuel over the border

XtDoo

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Looking to go to Sicamous in March. Wondering if I can take a 120 gal fuel tank I haul in the truck box over the border? Heard there was a duty fee, if so how much?
Or how much is fuel in Sicamous?
 

christopher

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Looking to go to Sicamous in March. Wondering if I can take a 120 gal fuel tank I haul in the truck box over the border? Heard there was a duty fee, if so how much?
Or how much is fuel in Sicamous?
we hauled in a 50gallon barrel with no issues, and a 40 gal bed tank lat week.
 
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As a Canuck, I strongly recommend bringing your own fuel, and lots of it. BC fuel prices are a major rip off.

I was in Revelstoke last week and talked to a couple guys that came up from Washington. They said if they had known how much premium was in BC, they would have brought their own fuel.

The one tip, if you end up needing sled fuel, is that you can get marked (dyed) premium which has no road tax on it, so it costs less. In Revelstoke it is from the Big Eddy. In Sicamous I think the Husky has it.
 
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