Jump to content
Chapala.com Webboard

Mostlylost

Members
  • Content Count

    2,576
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    25

Everything posted by Mostlylost

  1. Saw N95 3M masks in a pharmacy in the USA a few weeks ago. No restrictions on purchase.
  2. November 25 Wednesday updates Chapala active: +2 awaiting results: +1 Jocotepec active: -1 awaiting results: unchanged Ixtlahuacán active: +2 awaiting results: +5 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  3. I paid $13,700 for my IMSS. Certainly affordable for foreigners. The majority of working Mexicans have IMSS coverage for medical & retirement. Federal employees have ISSSTE coverage.
  4. Yes there are locations in San Antonio, and Ajijic. The INSABI system will want you to go to the clinic for where you live. If you need medical service all you do is enter with a copy of your CURP and they will ask for your address. As posted earlier there is no signup. INSABI service is available to anyone who does not have other government heath insurance. INSABI is designed for people who do not have the ability to buy heath coverage.
  5. They are saying that for your vehicle you will need to pay in person.
  6. Try this website https://webapps.condusef.gob.mx/reus/app/registro.jsp
  7. My Netflix account allows 4 people to log on at the same time. I have people logging in from 3 countries.
  8. November 24 Tuesday updates Chapala active: -2 awaiting results: +2 Jocotepec active: unchanged awaiting results: +1 Ixtlahuacán active: +2 awaiting results: -3 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  9. November 23 Monday updates ( 2 day's changes) Chapala active: -3 awaiting results: unchanged Jocotepec active: -1 awaiting results: unchanged Ixtlahuacán active: +3 awaiting results: -2 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  10. Here is the website https://tramites.jalisco.gob.mx/tramite/22090
  11. If you have google maps it is shown. The name is The Home Depot Tlajomulco La Rioja It is a direct exit on Lopez Mateos. It is just after this plaza
  12. You need to check your Mexican policy. It will depend on the level of coverage you buy and the company. For example my Qualitas "Amplia" policy has USA liability included. You go to their website, enter your policy number and you can then print an English copy of the coverages in the USA. I am aware of no Mexican policy that includes comprehensive-collision coverage. As to individual states requirements; If you live in for example in North Dakota and drive across the USA you don't buy the liability required for each different state. Your home policy limits are the rule.
  13. When I get a message of a voice mail in the USA I just click on it. It takes a minute and a couple of changes in the automated system.
  14. November 22 Sunday updates ( 2 day's changes) Chapala active: +8 awaiting results: -6 deaths: +1 Jocotepec active: -2 awaiting results: -2 Ixtlahuacán active: +4 awaiting results: +5 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  15. November 20 Friday updates Chapala active: +1 awaiting results: +2 Jocotepec active: +1 awaiting results: -2 Ixtlahuacán active: +2 awaiting results: -4 deaths: +1 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  16. November 19 Thursday updates Chapala active: unchanged awaiting results: +3 Jocotepec active: +1 awaiting results: +4 Ixtlahuacán active: -2 awaiting results: +5 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  17. $300 US is the amount. Tourists are allowed to bring in their personal effects duty-free. A laptop computer, camera equipment, and sports equipment that could feasibly be used during your stay are also allowed. The underlying guideline is: Don't bring anything that looks as if it's meant to be resold in Mexico. Those entering Mexico by air or sea can bring in gifts worth a value of up to $300 duty-free, except alcohol or tobacco products. The website for Mexican Customs (Aduanas) is www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx.
  18. Unlike satellite tv which has only a couple of satellites. the Starlink system will eventually have thousands of satellites. As they gear up they will add more and more areas of coverage. The satellites will each serve a limited area What remains to be seen is if individual governments will require Starlink to be licensed to offer service in their country.
  19. Sorry but this website is wrong. There are no non stop nor direct flights from Guadalajara to either France or Germany in the next week as shown on their graphic. They are falsely picking up a Aeromexico code-share flight flight showing as being operated by Air France as a direct flight. It actually requires a plane change in Mexico City. For information: There is a difference between non-stop and direct. A direct flight can have stops before the final destination. You just don't change planes, although you might be required to exit and re-board.
  20. Have seen a number or electric bicycles here. They are allowed to use the bike lanes. There is at least one shop selling them in Ajijic.
  21. November 18 Wednesday updates Chapala active: +1 awaiting results: +1 Jocotepec active: unchanged awaiting results: +1 Ixtlahuacán active: unchanged awaiting results: +1 If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
  22. November 17 Tuesday updates Chapala active: -1 awaiting results: +1 Jocotepec active: -1 awaiting results: unchanged Ixtlahuacán active: unchanged awaiting results: unchanged If you have questions or comments please do so by PM
×
×
  • Create New...