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  1. I have ten of these beauties, made from a Guamuchil treee I had to take down. Ideal to serve tapas, apetizers, cheese, etc. They have been brushed and natural, ready to stain or keep natural. Average size 12 inches. felixbb@yahoo.com
  2. Can anyone tell me whether or not my US Plated vehicle needs to have a valid tag. I am planning on going to the Mexican consulate in Texas in November to start the temporale process - my plates only expire in February. Once I have my temporale, I do not plan on returning to USA until my 4 years of temporale are up - then I will sell my vehicle in Texas, apply for permanente and return without a vehicle. My Mexican insurance will be kept up to date and so will my TIP but if TIP or local laws mean that I need to have valid plates, then I will have to return to TX in February and every year until I sell the vehicle there. Advice will be greatly appreciated. thank you
  3. This could happen to you very soon! A law office in the area has collected money to nationalize cars and they started this year in 2013, they will give you a pedimento dated 2011, obviously fake and a tarjeta de circulacion, also fake but a nice looking fake. They also give license plates that show as stolen, which if you are pulled over they will think you stole the car and you will be looking down the barrell of quite a few guns and lose your car and liberty. I spoke with the attorney doing this and warned him over a week ago about these papers and that he needed to check the web site and gave him a print out of the page showing other plates were stolen and told him to check all plates given. He was not very nice to me (threatened me) and someone else sent me papers for verification and yes all fake and this stinker has known for a over a week that his people were driving on fake papers and stolen plates and apparently hasn't notified his clients. Please if a law firm got you fast papers and plates, go to this web site http://www2.repuve.gob.mx:8080/ciudadania/servletconsulta And enter your Jalisco license plate number in the first space and remember to put the code in the last box and then hit BUSCAR. If the result comes up as CON REPORTE DE ROBO then DO NOT DRIVE YOUR VEHICLE ANYWHERE OR YOU WILL BE ARRESTED AND CAR SEIZED.
  4. Recently after speaking to quite a few people I thought it would be nice to once again alert people to current issues others are having in the hopes of avoiding problems. Many people purchase vehicles here in Jalisco. Prior to purchasing any vehicle it is best to see how much debt is owed on the vehicle. Quite a few people have bought motorcycles and found out that there are more fees and fines owing on the vehicle that the value of the motorcycle. This is good to check BEFORE giving money to the seller and we can check it with the last paid receipt or license plate number and VIN#. We can in some instances get a reduction on the fines for late payment of vehicle fees, many times the fine reductions are 50 to 70% of the fines so all may not be lost but this should enter into the equation when negotiating the price with the seller. Also we can check to see if the vehicle has been reported stolen and what the national database shows the license plates should be after searching the VIN#. Many people are also losing money to vehicle nationalization scams. Many people collect lots of $$$ and then give you fake paperwork. Always get a written contract with anybody you pay a large sum of money to. We can also check the pedimiento and other papers so you will not be arrested and have your car seized when you do the second part of the nationalization process which is getting license plates for Jalisco. They are very strict here and your papers need to be in order. A Mexican friend was arrested this last week and her car seized when getting her plates not knowing that after paying $42,000 pesos to a guy in Ajijic that her papers were forged. I advise against nationalizing vehicles as there is too much cost and fraud involved and it should only be done with extreme caution and at the border and with a written contract and receipts. I also advise against buying a car with Mexican plates that are not Jalisco plates as there can be fines and fees that cannot easily be checked PLUS you will need to go early in the morning to Guadalajara to change plates and then may be surprised to find out that another $5,000 to $15,000 pesos or more needs to be paid to change the plates. This is assuming that you didnĀ“t buy a stolen car or one with forged papers and then you will be a guest at the graybar hotel and be taking the bus home once you make bail or convince them that you did not forge the documents. I know there are alot of do it yourselfers out there or those who want to make their maid or gardener their representative but so many people have done this to their own detriment and lost countless hours of their time (may or may not be valuable) and thousands of pesos all for not investing a little bit up front.
  5. We have been car shopping and have finally found exactly what we want EXCEPT that the car has D.F. plates and we would need to transfer them to Jalisco plates. Somewhere at the back of my mind, I seem to remember reading (years ago) that this might be problematic. To date, all cars we have purchased here have had Jalisco plates, so we've never encountered this situation. Has anyone else had experience with transferring plates from another Mexican state to Jalisco plates?? Any advice to offer??? Thanks! P.S. I made a mistake in the title, but it cannot be edited. I meant to say: Problem Buying Mexican Car With Non-Jalisco plates The way I mistakenly worded it makes me sound like I am a Mexican, when I;m not. Sorry for the confusion.
  6. We have been car shopping and have finally found exactly what we want EXCEPT that the car has D.F. plates and we would need to transfer them to Jalisco plates. Somewhere at the back of my mind, I seem to remember reading (years ago) that this might be problematic. To date, all cars we have purchased here have had Jalisco plates, so we've never encountered this situation. Has anyone else had experience with transferring plates from another Mexican state to Jalisco plates?? Any advice to offer??? Thanks! P.S. I made a mistake in the title, but it cannot be edited. I meant to say: Problem Buying Mexican Car With Non-Jalisco plates The way I mistakenly worded it makes me sound like I am a Mexican, when I;m not. Sorry for the confusion.
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