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We are in Ft Collins, CO and want to retire to the Lake Chapala area soon. We have run a food cart business successfully here for five years, selling authentic Maine Lobster Rolls, hot dogs and brats. Our cart is stainless steel, 4.5 x 7.5 feet, towed by our car. We want to bring the cart and make a small monthly income. Can anyone guide me to information on if the cart would be allowed across the border with us, how can we assure the border agents we are not bringing the cart to be sold, are there laws against us making money in Mexico by selling street food? What licensing is necessary? Would it be less of a headache to have one built in Mexico? Thank you for any guidance, suggestions!
My Husband just crossed the border at Nogales. It was early Tuesday morning, and he said that exiting the car at aduana, it took 45 minutes to get to the front of the line. He says he’s never seen so many US vehicles exiting; trailers pulling cars, boats, cars and boats on the same trailer , US plate after US plate. He went to the global exit lane and said it took an hour just to get to that lane. Seems to be a mass exit. Are people afraid to keep their cars in Mexico because of a border closing?
I would like any current information on your experience crossing the border into the US for a day or two with a US or Canadian passport at Laredo. I need to make a clarification. The car my friend will be driving has a Mexican plate in this name so a tip is not an issue. I am concerned with how the US Border Patrol is acting under today's administration.