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  1. I like Francisco just across from Maskaras. He fixed some problems that I was charged a lot of money for and not fixed. And fair prices. Watch out for Salvatore in Jocotopec - several friends had problems there.
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  2. The easiest way to find Salvadore's in Joco is to take the new by-pass, then take the exit to Joco (south). Slow down, keep right and you will see the huge gate on the right. He is vy far the best mexhanic I jave used here. Alan Ribas in Riberas is alao very good and reliable.
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  3. I have also had great work done the first time I went to Escalera. Then it was a series of nightmares. I know many, many others with horrible experiences with these shops. All the same story, great reasonable work the first time or two after that it turned bad. One story, which was confirmed by another mechanic, absolutely blew my mind. After 4 years in Mexico, I would say the only long term reliable and honest repair work for me has been Pablo's shop in W. Ajijic. I also have heard wonderful things about Salvador in Joco, but I can't seem to find his shop to try him out.
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  4. i can remember trying to cross into mexico at the columbia bridge several years ago. we had not cancelled my wifes fmm when we came back to the US and there were about 10 days left on the fmm. the inm official said we could cancel it then and wait until the next day to get another one. so we cancelled her fmm right then and drown down to laredo and crossed and got a new one for her with no problem.
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  5. It would really be beneficial (Sonia and Spencer) for you to tell us WHAT the rules say about getting a tourist visa after you have had one for 180 days that has expired. I believe that rule would solve any concern here.
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