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      05-23-2018, 01:32 PM   #155
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Has anyone heard about delivery delays because of a rail strike? My SA is saying I won’t get my car until July the earliest (was supposed to receive it last week)!
As far as I found using google, the pending rail strike is CP. I thought BMW used CN.
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As far as I found using google, the pending rail strike is CP. I thought BMW used CN.
CN is what I was told by my dealer.
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Most information I have been able to unearth after calling the US 1-800 line is that my car is "in transit". I imagine this is pretty general? I checked a few VIN's numerically after mine and they are at "port awaiting". Is it safe to assume my car is ahead of later VIN's so "in transit" may mean on a boat?
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Most information I have been able to unearth after calling the US 1-800 line is that my car is "in transit". I imagine this is pretty general? I checked a few VIN's numerically after mine and they are at "port awaiting". Is it safe to assume my car is ahead of later VIN's so "in transit" may mean on a boat?
AFAIK, "in transit" means on a ship or possibly also on a train. In your case, probably the former.
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Managed to track my vehicle as far as Halifax. It is now with CP Rail. Ethan can you help me track it to Vancouver?
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I guess we cant track it no more?

since there are no more
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from the shipping company?
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