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  1. Haven’t stayed there recently but always enjoyed the Grand Bay at Barra de Navidad. Certainly not as touristy as PV so its really a lifestyle choice
  2. Honored to have known and spent time with him! In our hearts forever.
  3. It might help that he is in Jocotopec
  4. There is a notario, Juan Carlos is, I think his name. He is an avid collector of cars but he did have a beautiful 120 hp I:O that might be for sale. Can’t remember the make but it was a top of the line builder.
  5. Kiko, got any for the Comala - Volcano area on Colima side? Thanks
  6. Thanks, I’ll need luck fur sure. Appreciate the help.
  7. Great store across from Chapala City Hall. A few doors north of the church
  8. I would use the word “chalan” to describe an inexperienced worker assigned menial tasks.
  9. The price you pay has nothing to do with the transfer fee. There is a government website that will provide the price and relevant percentage to pay for the transfer based on year and model of your purchase Just yesterday I bought a new car cheaper then I could have purchased a one year old used vehicle
  10. Although off topic a little Harry’s post and Alpha’s experience raise the question of police action. Generally Hit and Run involves a personal injury and it would be of concern to at least one of the police services. Without a P.I. the offence is Fail to Remain at the Scene of an Accident. While relevant north of the border is it of concern here and to whom? It falls beyond the purview of Vialidad apparently and of no interest to the muni’s who need to “find committing” the offense. So for a FTR should it be reported to Ministerio Publico as is the case with Harry or just to your insurance company?
  11. S&S Auto IS a salesperson for several dealerships. So if you value honesty and a proven reputation have a go. If your adamant about seeking out someone in Guadalajara more power to you!
  12. Several years ago a couple working there were involved in a scam. The apparent manager would claim your previous license from Guadalajara was fake. This was reported to the authorities in Guadalajara and the investigation showed it to be directed at gringos from Lakeside. Subsequently the Ocotlan office was closed to Lakeside residents. It was slso discovered some Lakeside residents had “bought” their licenses in Chapala and some had fake licenses. Now it appears from posts to be once again open to extranjeros.
  13. Maybe good food but since they don’t deliver I’ll never know. Loud music is a deal breaker for dining on-site.
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