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  1. I am happy to reply that we crossed into the United States and had no problems with the border crossing. They didn't mention anything about a braking system at all. Thanks everyone for your responces Dmack
  2. Thanks very much for your replies folks. All your comments are appriciated, especially thanks for your kind comments from grammy8, blieve me, we feel the same way about your country and people. I will post back here sometime after I cross the border and let everyone know how it went. dmack
  3. This is my first post, so forgive me if I am in the wrong spot to ask this question. I was talking to a friend of my who just returned home to Nova Scotia from Florida last weekend, and he told me about talking to other MH owners down there. The topic came up about people crossing into the United States from Canada and have been turned away by the US Border service people because they didn't have a auxiliary braking system for their toad. Does anyone know if in fact this is true? My friend wasn't towing any vehicle so he had no problem, but I was planning a trip to the United States in the next couple of weeks and I will be towing our CRV. And of course I don't want to be turned away. Purchasing a Brake Buddy or similar system will be one of the things I plan on getting when I get to the US, it will be a lot cheaper there than here in Canada, (around $1600.00 here I believe), in these economic times a person got to save whenever they can. If anyone can confirm or deny this, second or third hand rumor, I would like to hear from you. Thank you for your time dmack
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