1. Go to customs air freight terminal. It is up around the hotel. Ask anyone.
2. Find the entrance gate
3. Tell the guard that you want to nationalize a car. He will point you to a broker. He will want you to leave ID and give you a badge.
4. There are a bunch of brokers offices, take the guards recommendation.
You will need:
– 5 pictures of the car, front, back, left, right, and of the VIN #. I think either the one on the door or on the dash will work. Take both.
– The original title and 2 copies
– Proof of residence and 2 copies (utility bills)
– 2 Copy of visa or MX drivers license
You have to fill out a form on the car. Year, number cylinders, engine size, # lug nuts on the wheels, manual/automatic, diesel/gasoline. 2 wheel or 4 wheel drive.
2000 older 23,500
Before 05 $35,000 (I think this is right) (???**)
This is just to get it nationalized, not plates. Plates come from somewhere else.
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Looks like its time to make a run out to Merida’s airport…. Any experiences from Cancun’s Airport Aduana office? **I suspect that the $35,000 pesos quoted for 1 to 4 year old cars is not correct.
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