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Moving to Prince Rupert

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I need to join my new job in Prince Rupert in the first week of January and have to move from Surrey.I have never traveled so far by road earlier .The weather is scary and I have an old 2000 Acura ;is it possible that we travel during day time cautiously or is it too dangerous / considering our first trip on Canadian roads. I need my car there as I am moving with my son and my husband will help us settle and then come back.Any and all tips will be welcome! I searched travelling by Ferry but its beyond my means as well it is a tight schedule to drive from port Hardy and be in time for the next ferry.
And I need my car there so can not take Grey Hound. I have rented a basement there which is unfurnished. would be thankful if friends can provide tips on reasonably priced furnishings in the city.

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