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All the information, either for a new license or a renewal, is on the Jaslico State website. The link below is for a first-time license. "Requisitos" are what you need to bring with you. Along with those documents, you'll need to know your blood-type, and you'll need to pass an eye exam (frighteningly easy), a 20-question written test on the computer which is multiple choice in Spanish, and a driving test. In the past the driver's test, as administered in Chapala, has been known to be rigged so that you are guaranteed to fail. (I didn't experience this problem, but many others have.) How professionally the office is being run at any time seems to change on a regular basis. Some people prefer to simply donate to the Annual Policeman's Charity Ball just to get the process over with. Evidently it all depends on how that office is being operated whenever you happen to go.

But Christmas does loom and is coming up soon...ho ho ho.

You can pay the regular fee at BANAMEX (in Chapala, on Madero) with the correct routing information which is indicated on the website, or at the Recaudadora (State tax office) on Degollado.

http://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/tramites/4828

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All the information, either for a new license or a renewal, is on the Jaslico State website. The link below is for a first-time license. "Requisitos" are what you need to bring with you. Along with those documents, you'll need to know your blood-type, and you'll need to pass an eye exam (frighteningly easy), a written test on the computer which is multiple choice in Spanish, and a driving test. In the past the driver's test, as administered in Chapala, has been known to be rigged so that you are guaranteed to fail. How professionally the office is being run at any time seems to change on a regular basis. Some people prefer to simply donate to the Annual Policeman's Ball just to get the process over with. Just depends on how the office is being run the day you go. But Christmas is coming up...

You can pay the fee at BANAMEX (in Chapala, on Madero) with the correct routing information which is indicated on the website, or at the Recaudadora on Degollado.

http://www.jalisco.gob.mx/es/tramites/4828

I have been told that you can get a DIF discount on the fee...lets us know your experience

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