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Post by dean on Fri Aug 18, 2017 8:52 pm

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Post by dean on Sat Jul 15, 2017 6:34 pm

lpg wrote:1c. Re: Is it possible to import a car in La Paz?
Posted by: "Al Blanchard" a
Date: Sat Jul 15, 2017 4:30 pm ((PDT))

We just imported our vehicle an it does have to go to the border. Our broker was Guillermo Gonzalez with International Border Solutions. He made it quick (about a week) and simple (he was very helpful). Most of the cost was the IVA and it was quicker (same day) to get it into Mexico than it was to export it from the US. If you send your title to the broker ahead of time (we used UPS), the exportation paperwork can be done while you are driving the vehicle to Dan Diego and the exportation/importation can be done in 3-4 days, excluding weekends, after the car is in the US You will need to pass a smog test (don't laugh) prior to the vehicle being given to Mexican Customs and it must be done at a Mexican certified testing center but it about half the price of Calif smog test. Once the exportation paperwork was done and accepted by Mexican Customs, we turned our vehicle over to the broker in San Diego at 1:00 pm (completely empty) and picked it up, all imported, at 3:00 pm the following day. We checked into a hotel in Tijuana near the Otay Mesa crossing and called a cab to get our vehicle when it was ready. You must drive your vehicle to La Paz, if you live here, to register it so that it is completely legal....and no, you do not need a temporary permit to drive it down the Baja. Simply tape a copy of the importation paperwork to your back window until you get to La Paz. A word of warning.....you cannot drive the vehicle in the US until it is properly registered in La Paz. You can contact Guillermo at 619-661-0226 in San Diego or by email at ggibs@nethere.com


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Post by dean on Sat Oct 08, 2016 7:24 pm

lpg wrote:We just imported our motorcycle, a three Wheeler. Just completed getting the license plates yesterday. The company that we used was International Border Solutions, they are out of San Diego, but well connected with the Aduana here in Mexico. The President of the company is Guillermo Gonzalez, speaks great English and obviously Spanish as well. His contact information is below:


Office 619-661-0226
Cell 619-341-3063
email ggibs@ibsusmx.com

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Post by dean on Tue Sep 22, 2015 8:27 am

BWO wrote:Exchanging Your Car For Any Good Or Service? Or Selling It - ANAPROMEX handle thousands of cases where Mexicans owns and drives an american car here in Baja that is not imported yet. Represent them against the federal goverment, pushing and requiring a massive imports program, reasonable taxes are paid and the vehicle is now legal. So if you have to sell your American car. Make sure that the new owner joins to ANAPROMEX so he can drive all over the Baja without problems while the vehicle is regularized. Give me the oportunity to help. Free advice. My office is in La Paz across Soriana Mezquitito. facebook: Kike Anaprom. Marcos Borunda, [email=anapromlpz@gmail.com?Subject=RE:%20Your%20Article%20In%20The%20Baja%20Western%20Onion]anapromlpz@gmail.com[/email], http://www.anapromex.com.mx/, 6121536834, La Paz 

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Post by dean on Wed Jul 08, 2015 12:10 pm

for an alternative to nationalizing a vehicle...  (I keep mine plated in Montana myself, lifetime plates for onetime fee (i paid $200.00 ten years ago) and no USA insurance required if vehicle is in mexico) many people use south dakota, i have links to that on this forum elsewhere.

baja nomads wrote:Here is a link to the CA DMV code which is a helpful source of info for those who want to understand how to have a CA DMV car be legal in Baja. I pay less than $100 to register my Baja car in CA. Mex Ins is about $100/yr.
https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/dmv/detail/pubs/vctop/vc/vctoc


fron baja nomads at this link
http://forums.bajanomad.com/viewthread.php?tid=79411&page=2#pid990680

SD
http://www.americas-mailbox.com/
https://www.state.sd.us/eforms/secure/eforms/E0864V18-SDApplicationForMotorVehicleTitle&Registration.pdf

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Post by dean on Sun Apr 05, 2015 9:16 pm

http://www.bajainsider.com/baja-business/importingregisteringvehicales.htm#.VSIHAfnF_u8

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Exporting Vehicles from the United States

Post by dean on Wed Jan 14, 2015 2:09 pm

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Post by dean on Thu Jan 01, 2015 4:01 pm

http://www.aduanas-mexico.com.mx/claa/ctar/leyes/mec_precios_estimados.html#ane2

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Post by dean on Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:17 am

there is another thread I have the directions to a place that does it in TJ near the office for removing the TIP stickers. under travel by car

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Post by dean on Thu Feb 20, 2014 9:16 am

c. Car Importing: Car Impounds: Disconcerting as it is, I can confirm things are heating up as far as Foreigners with visas/perm residents/ dual citizens driving cars with foreign license plates..... I received two calls regarding importing calls yesterday. Although it is not in my area of expertise- business, my girlfriend's family in Tijuana has been importing cars for the last 40 years. They have an "Agencia Aduanal" importing agency and I have worked with them for years. Yes, you have to present your car at the border, but the process is relatively easy and the family could not be nicer, or more professional. If anyone has any questions regarding the process, please fell free to contact me. Am here in Los Barriles and would be happy to clarify concerns, and put you in contact with them if you wish.
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Post by dean on Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:38 am

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