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Mexico RV and Motorhome Import Permits

Post by dean on Fri Sep 22, 2017 7:29 pm

http://www.sat.gob.mx/aduanas/vehiculos/importacion_temporal/Paginas/embarcaciones_banrjercito_ingles.aspx

https://www.gob.mx/banjercito/articulos/sistema-de-importacion-temporal-de-vehiculos?idiom=es
Banjercito locations for getting and returning TIPS.

https://www.gob.mx/cms/uploads/attachment/file/253426/modulo_septiembre.pdf

https://www.bajabound.com/before/permits/rvpermit.php
Mexico RV and Motorhome Import Permits
For questions about vehicle permits please call Banjercito at 011-52-555-328-2329.

Mexico RV and Motorhome Import Permits
For questions about vehicle permits please call Banjercito at 011-52-555-328-2329.

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NO VEHICLE IMPORT PERMIT IS NECESSARY TO DRIVE IN THE ENTIRE BAJA PENINSULA.
Vehicle import permits are needed if you travel outside of Baja or outside the border zones (generally further than 16 miles from the border) or outside the permit-free zones of Sonora.
Vehicle permits may be obtained through:
Banjercito's online application
Banjercito Modules at the border
Some Mexican Consulates (listed below)
How to apply for a permit and what documents you may need.
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Looking for a Sonora Only permit? Read our article: Sonora Only Vehicle Permits
Information in general about vehicle permits
RV'ers excited about traveling in their home away from home throughout mainland Mexico will be glad to know that they may now legally keep their motorhome on Mexican territory for up to 10 years using a single vehicle permit. Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions you may have about purchasing a temporary import permit for your RV or motorhome!

What is the difference if I pre-register online or apply and pay online from Banjercito's website?

Pre-registration allows you to begin the permit process online and then you will simply pick up your permit at any Banjercito Module at the border. Be sure to take note of your confirmation number and the necessary documents you will need to present. Applying and paying online on the other hand, allows the added convenience of having the permit mailed to you if there is enough time.

How much will a permit cost for my RV or motorhome?

The cost of your temporary import permit is currently U.S. $51.75 including IVA if purchased at a border consulate or Banjercito office or U.S. $49.50 if purchased online. This will be applied in Mexican pesos at the current exchange rate.

How long is the RV permit good for?

Unlike other vehicle import permits that are valid up to 6 months, RV and Motorhome permits are valid up to 10 years.

Who can apply online for a temporary Mexico import permit for the RV or motorhome?

At the current time, only citizens of the US or Canada may apply online for a temporary import permit for their RV or motorhome. Citizens from other countries may pre-register their vehicles online but they will still need to visit a border Banjercito office to present their original documents plus one copy of each.


https://www.bajabound.com/before/permits/sonoraonly.php

Sonora Only Vehicle Permits from Banjercito
Banjercito's online vehicle permit registration offers travelers to Sonora an easy way to get their Sonora Only permit by mail (if time allows) or pre-register online and save time picking it up at either the Mexican consulate in Phoenix or at one of the Banjercito Modules located at the border in Agua Prieta, Cananea or Empalme.

What is the Sonora Only Program?

The Sonora Only Program is a vehicle permit program unique to Sonora. The permit is less expensive (unless purchased online) than the permits to travel to other states, but the vehicle permit is only good for driving in the state of Sonora. In recent years the program was expanded to include many popular tourist destinations with the intention to make it easier to visit these cities.

Do I need a vehicle permit to travel to Rocky Point?

No permit is required to travel to Rocky Point. These cities are also part of the Sonora permit-free zone: Guaymas, San Carlos, Hermosillo, Bahia de Kino, Caborca, Father Kino Missions, Magdalena and Santa Ana.
https://static.bajabound.com/images/content/destinations/sonora_only_map.jpg


Who needs a vehicle permit when driving in Sonora?

The Sonora Only permit is needed when driving east of Highway 15 and south of Empalme.

What does it cost to get a Sonora Only permit?

Fees for a Sonora Only vehicle permit in $USD, including IVA are:
$26.62 at the Banjercito Module at Empalme
$29.09 at the Banjercito Modules at Agua Prieta and Cananea
$49.50 from Banjercito website

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South Dakota vehicle registrations

Post by dean on Wed May 25, 2016 10:00 am


http://la-ventana.forumotion.com/t485-south-dakota-license-plates?highlight=dakota


http://dor.sd.gov/Motor_Vehicles/Publications/Frequently_Asked_Questions.aspx
Can I register my vehicle in South Dakota if I live out of state?

You should know that your state may prohibit registering your vehicle in another state.

You will need your original out of state titles, a copy of your state driver license, social security number, and an Application for Title (MV-608). Take this paperwork to your local county treasurer’s office to complete registration process.  They will be able to tell you the appropriate fees pertaining to that county.

fees not including sales and title,
http://dor.sd.gov/Motor_Vehicles/Fees/PDFs/non-commercial%20auto.pdf

Bill of sale
https://www.state.sd.us/eforms/secure/eforms/E0860V1-BillOfSale.pdf

form 608 seems to direct to this form.
https://www.state.sd.us/eforms/secure/eforms/E0864V18-SDApplicationForMotorVehicleTitle&Registration.pdf

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canceling vehicle Temporary Import Permits (TIPs)

Post by dean on Sat Sep 26, 2015 4:48 pm

The Mexican consulates in the USA have announced special days  when they will offer the service of canceling vehicle Temporary Import Permits (TIPs) in the following cities / dates for the rest of 2015:

Denver:    Thursday and Friday October 8 and 9,  2015
Houston:   Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday October 14, 15 and 16, 2015
Dallas:   Friday, Saturday and Sunday October 23, 24 and 25, 2015
Sacramento:  Tuesday and Wednesday November 3 and 4, 2015
Los Angeles:  Thursday and Friday October 29 and 30, 2015
Phoenix:  Thursday and Friday November 12 and 13, 2015
Chicago:   Thursday, Friday and Saturday December 3, 4 and 5, 2015



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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Wed Aug 20, 2014 8:05 am

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Posted by: "Terry G" @yahoo.com us_330
    Date: Tue Aug 19, 2014 1:22 pm ((PDT))
 
There is another option for permanent residents, or Mexican citizens, that want to drive a US car - the ONAPAFA, which apparently exploits some sort of loophole in the law that allows Mexican citizens etc to drive non-imported vehicles. You see tons of cars with a green ONAPAFA sign in one of the windows around, and they have several offices around town-one on Padre Kino. The service I believe is around 2000 pesos, and then a small fee thereafter (yearly?). I think part of the service is that if one ever were to have a problem, the ONAPAFA's lawyers take care of it. 
 
 
I have not used it myself.
 
 
Another related question.
 
 
Is there any reason one could not drive on a Mexican license, in the US, US registered car, and get US insurance coverage ??
 
 

Anyone know ?

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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Mon Oct 07, 2013 6:36 am

registering vehicles.  

Why not ask the good folks at Banjercito.
 
 
 
 

  permisovehiculos(at)banjercito.com.mx

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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Wed Jun 05, 2013 7:50 am



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"Regarding the importacion/nationalization of cars at Otay Mesa:
The office is right next door to the banjercito office at the border. The business is called Sanchez y Asociados. Their phone number is 664-217-9131. Their e-mail (or at least the e-mail of the man we spoke to) is: luisimporta@yahoo.com. They were recommended to us by the people at the banjercito office. Luis said that a newer pickup (you can't import one newer than 2007 I believe) would cost around $1000 USD and the price would go down with the age of the vehicle. And, yes, he said it could be done in 6 or 7 hours. We will be nationalizing our truck through them in September and will let you know how it goes.

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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Wed Jun 05, 2013 7:43 am

this is the new location to remove a sticker or get one. no longer at San Ysidro

also there is a place right next door that can nationalize your vehicle in 6-7 hours I am told....


Banjercito office at Otay Mesa is in:

Fray Junípero Serra S/N, Garita de Otay, Mpio. Tijuana, B.C., C.P. 22509. From Monday to Saturday 08:00 to 23:00 hrs. and Sundays from 08:00 to 20:00 hrs.

at the x in the below map is what I have been told. can someone verify this and take pictures for us...

Otay Mesa location B


closer of OM A


It appears you can get in easily if crossing from the USA.

And looks like only westbound from Blvd Bellas Artes can you get in if coming from mexico, the nearest cross street (overpass) does not have a exit to west Bellas artes.





if coming from Tecate or rd2000 this is how you would do it. Note that when you turn right on Instituto Politécnico Nacional as you pass Avenue of the artes the road name changes to Avenida José Manuel Salvatierra, keep going straight and turn right on Fray Junípero Serra keep going, till you hit the intersection of Sebastián Vizcaíno, go to the building on the left.


This is the same if coming from Tecate or rd2000 larger perspective


here is the office from google maps @ the intersection of Fray Junípero Serra and Sebastián Vizcaíno, the picture of the area may have changed but the office is right at this intersection.


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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Sat Jun 01, 2013 6:43 am

In the evolving story of how Aduana/Banjercito are adjusting their official policies on temporarily imported foreign-plated cars (TIP vehicles) to accommodate the Nov.8 2012 INM changes, the central Aduana office for TIPs in DF is now rejecting TIP extensions for WORKING Residente Temporal card holders.
Aduana DF has ruled (both in writing and on phone calls) that Residente Temporal Lucrativa permit holders are equivalent to the old FM2 Inmigrante Lucrativa , and hence are not allowed to keep their TIP cars. When expats get their Resident Temporal card with permission to work, their TIP vehicle ( Permiso de Importación Temporal de Vehiculo ) becomes immediately illegal and must be taken out of Mexico.
Residente Temporal Lucrativa permit holders with TIP vehicles must either permanently import their vehicles, or take them out of Mexico. ( See Retorno Seguro for a free 5 day permit to legally drive your car out of Mexico at: What to Do If Your Car Becomes “Illegal” – The Retorno Seguro Program / Permit.
For other options, also check out: Options for Foreign-Plated "TIP" Car Owners in Mexico, esp for Permanent Residents
Note that if the police find a TIP car being driven with an expired TIP (e.g. when you have an accident), they can confiscate the car permanently. Also note that some insurance companies use the excuse of having an invalid/expired TIP as justification to deny payment on accident claims. In the case of severe accidents, denying coverage can leave the car owner on the hook for $3 million to $5 million pesos of liability per death from an accident, regardless of who is driving the car...
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Re: registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Fri May 31, 2013 10:01 pm

http://www.aduanas.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/vehiculos/141_10038.html#nom041

RETAINED IMPORTS USED CAR

The permanent importation of vehicles, is the procedure to be performed by the taxpayer for a vehicle to remain in the country indefinitely. 's permanent importation of vehicles is regulated by the Ministry of Economy, must be presented for entry into the country prior permission by that agency. Nevertheless there are several exceptions to the filing of this prior import, which are:


Used vehicles whose model year is eight and nine years preceding the year of importation.

Used vehicles importing residents north border area or region of the country to remain in these areas.

Regularization.

Used vehicles considered classics.

( 28 kB) Decree that regulates the final importation of used vehicles, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on 1. July 2011.

( 55 kB) modifying the existing Decree that regulates the final importation of used vehicles, published in the Official Journal of the Federation on January 31, 2013.

Environmental conditions to be met by vehicles equipped with diesel engine.

Register for the electronic transmission of information used vehicles.

( 64 kB) Agreement that are accepted as equivalent to the Mexican Official Standard NOM-041-SEMARNAT-2006 , which establishes the maximum permissible emission of pollutants from the exhaust gases of vehicles in circulation that use gasoline as fuel and NOM-047-SEMARNAT-1999, which establishes the characteristics of the equipment and the measurement procedure for the verification of the emission limits of pollutants from motor vehicles in circulation that use gasoline, liquefied petroleum gas , natural gas or other alternative fuels listed regulations and their procedures for conformity assessment and are recognized as valid for purposes of demonstrating compliance at point of entry into the country that identifies certificates. DG Environmental, Urban and Tourism offers email account dudas.autosusados ​​@ semarnat.gob.mx who will act as a single window in the care of requests and responses to questions submitted by fellow citizens and the general public regarding environmental aspects final importation of motor vehicles and the implementation of the Agreement. For more information refer to Technical Bulletins Related news:





( 230 kB) P142 Bulletin

( 225 kB) P147 Bulletin

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Post by dean on Mon May 06, 2013 5:40 pm

there is a new location at Otay Mesa I have a map for it posted in another thread. I have been told across the street there is a company that can do the importation is 6 hours.

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Updates to Aduana, importing cars

Post by dean on Sun Jun 24, 2012 11:54 pm

http://yucalandia.wordpress.com/answers-to-common-questions/updates-to-aduana-inm-banjercito-procedures-for-visas-and-importing-cars-the-article/

Updates to Aduana, INM & Banjercito Procedures for Visas and Importing Cars – The Article
We spent yesterday afternoon (June 22, 2010) discussing issues about Mexican visa and temporary import permits with 2 different INM border agents, 3 different Aduana officials (including 30 minutes with a supervisor) and with 2 Banjercito personnel and a Banjercito supervisor at the Chetumal / Belize border.

Here are summaries of the key points from our border visit with Aduana, INM, and Banjerctio:
~ The Banjercito officials were very emphatic about encouraging people with Temporary Import Permits for vehicles, that they start updating their INM permits process as early as possible (30 days before the expiration date), and they said to notify Aduana in person, in writing, of the extension of the car permit expiration date by AT LEAST a week before the expiration date, and 2 weeks if possible. (This means notifying Aduana of the new expiration date at least 22 days before the official date reported on Aduana websites.) . . .

They said that the system between Aduana and Banjercito for updating expiration dates is not always working rapidly, and the STRONGLY ENCOURAGED notifying Aduana in person with an official letter long before official “15 days after the issuance date” of the renewed INM permit.

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new importation rules Nov 1 2011

Post by dean on Mon Oct 31, 2011 11:52 pm

http://www.aduanas.sat.gob.mx/aduana_mexico/2008/pasajeros/139_19642.html
from 75 to 300 per person via car.

and 8 and 9 year old cars can now be imported.

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south dakota vehicle registration

Post by dean on Sat Jun 04, 2011 8:11 am

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Re: US Car Insurance
Posted by: "Warren
Fri Jun 3, 2011 1:06 pm (PDT)


If you are thinking about doing this you might do it soon as July 1st they
have a small rate increase.

http://www.state.sd.us/drr2/motorvehicle/index.htm

Non-Resident Information

http://www.state.sd.us/drr2/motorvehicle/nonresident.htm

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Post by dean on Fri Nov 05, 2010 1:55 pm

I know that onnapaffa is on Padrekino between Allende and Rosales. What is anapromex? Were are they located?

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registering vehicles and importation of them and other items

Post by dean on Sun Nov 22, 2009 7:56 am

http://www.banjercito.com.mx/site/imagenes/iitv/instruccionesIITV_type.html




http://www.banjercito.com.mx/site/siteBanjer/index.jsp

regulations overview
http://www.sanbornsinsurance.com/baja_sonora.php

http://www.banderasnews.com/0904/vl-autoimport.htm

http://www.bajainsider.com/baja-business/importingregisteringvehicales.htm

Importing Your Vehicle
The first step in registering your vehicle in Mexico if it is of foreign origin is the importation. Importation is based on 23% of the wholesale value of the vehicle to be imported. The car must be at least five years old and not more than 20 years old. The former is to protect the Mexican car dealers and the later to prevent all of the US junk cars from ending up in Mexico. A handling charge for the agent handling the transaction is then in addition to the importation fee. Shop around for this one. Some agents are no more than agents for other agents and the fee will vary as much as 100%. I didn’t shop around and I got burned for what I estimate to be another $300. The car must be in the US or there is an additional fee, I was told an additional 50% of the fee. Make sure your car is empty. If it has an exterior spare tire, you might want to remove it. You deliver your car to the agent and the agent delivers it to Aduana, the tax people. You will be separated from your car from 4-10 days, depending on when you deliver it and their workload.


The cost for importing my 2000 Honda CRV was a tax amount of $6800 pesos or $511USD. The agent fees were double, $350 to the processing agent and $350 to the agent’s agent. With a little time to shop around this can be trimmed significantly. You should receive a new two page green Mexican ‘title’ and a factura indicating the import fee paid. In transit, you post a copy of the green title in the interior upper left corner of the rear window. This is valid for 15 days.
Getting Mexican License Plates

http://bajagoodlifeclub.com/Articles/ArticlesDetail/tabid/1908/ArticleId/28/How-to-import-your-vehicle-into-Mexico.aspx

Regarding the importacion/nationalization of cars at Otay Mesa:
The office is right next door to the banjercito office at the border. The business is called Sanchez y Asociados. Their phone number is 664-217-9131. Their e-mail (or at least the e-mail of the man we spoke to) is: luisimporta@yahoo.com. They were recommended to us by the people at the banjercito office. Luis said that a newer pickup (you can't import one newer than 2007 I believe) would cost around $1000 USD and the price would go down with the age of the vehicle. And, yes, he said it could be done in 6 or 7 hours. We will be nationalizing our truck through them in September and will let you know how it goes.


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