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RE: Surprise, Gasoline prices to increase

Yes Electric cars are just like E 85 fuel. The carbon footprint is worse than just ordinary gasoline. Politics. In Mexico much of the electricity is generated with oil so there is no advantage to electric cars. But Mexico embraces technology so they will adapt to new systems faster than the rest of NA. Moisheh
moisheh 10/24/16 06:49am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: unlimited streaming......

upsidedown Charlie: You mentioned no more SD Direct TV within a year. Where did you get that info? Moisheh
moisheh 10/23/16 07:15pm Technology Corner
RE: Surprise, Gasoline prices to increase

Does anyone remember when diesel was about 25 US cents per gallon? Does anyone remember the days before Magna? You never knew about the gas quality. Sometimes it would make any car ping. Other times you would fill up and your car would miss and even smoke! Moisheh
moisheh 10/23/16 04:20pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Surprise, Gasoline prices to increase

Russ: Where you having a bad day? Not like you to make those types of posts. I posted this as a FYI. I never complain about the gas prices. Just the cost of having fun. BUT obviously many people worry about every centavo. Do a search for posts on gas prices in this forum. Thousands of posts. Every fall travelers are asking about current prices. Same thing in the Baja forums. I was intrigued by that new tax. I guess it is a way of raising money without actually increasing the price of fuel. Double speak! Russ: Are you manning a booth @ Q ? Moisheh
moisheh 10/23/16 11:42am RVing in Mexico and South America
Surprise, Gasoline prices to increase

"MEXICO CITY To keep IEPS revenues expected in 2017, will be necessary to expand the band gasoline and diesel prices to offset the subsidy was necessary to apply this year. According to an analysis of the Mexican Association of Entrepreneurs Gasolineros (Amegas) to keep fuel prices within the band of 3 percent, it was necessary that the Government implement a subsidy due to the increase in international prices of gasoline. For example, only if the full rate IEPS corresponding to this year, with the band set for 2016, prices in the case of Magna gasoline would be 15.17 pesos per liter, 16.09 for Premium and 14.73 pesos you will be charged for for diesel, the study of this Association. The Amegas proposed scenarios for fixing the band in a range of from 4 to 10 percent, which will result in substantial increases in the price of oil by 2017, without considering compensation applied to the subsidy this year. By expanding the band to 4 percent, excluding the subsidy, the maximum price of the Magna is 14.54 and minimum of 13.42; that of the Premium, 15.40 and 14.22 maximum and minimum Diesel 15.22 at the top and 14.04 pesos per liter on the floor. There would rise as pureed price band, according to the analysis referred. In view Amegas, there are no conditions of competition to generalize the release of fuel in 2017. " The above came from the Reforma wire service. El Imparcial posted a chart with the likely prices: Magna:15.17,Premium:16.09 and Diesel 16.09. Apparently IEPS is some sort of special tax that is applied to food and gasoline and more. Gasoline in Tucson is around $1.95!!! Moisheh
moisheh 10/22/16 09:30am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Six month limit for northerners?

Packer backer: Are you confusing the Immigration rules with IRS rules?? Moishehu
moisheh 10/20/16 03:29pm Snowbirds
RE: GS Road Service

moisheh 10/19/16 06:51am RVing in Mexico and South America
GS Road Service

We have been using Coach Net but decided I would give GS a tray after 25 years!! But I am having a problem getting the contact # if I need road service in Mexico. He gave me a 1800 # but that wont work in Mexico. Then he gave me a 1866 #. Does anyone have the correct # Moisheh
moisheh 10/18/16 03:57pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Hermosillo Campground

There are no CG's in Hermosillo or even close. There is a good truck stop if you are heading North. It is one mile North of the Magdalena toll booth. On your left. Large lot and very safe. If you are heading South San Carlos is the closest to HMO. Or you could head West to Kino Bay. Lots of CG's with lots of space available! The road is 3 lanes wide and was just partially repaved. One of the best roads in Mexico! It has been in the 90's. **** hot. Moisheh
moisheh 10/13/16 04:22pm RVing in Mexico and South America

There is no way the BC Government would use LSD. Probably illegal in Canada There is a reason BC is the LEFT coast! Moisheh
moisheh 10/11/16 02:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Health insurance

Most private Hospitals Do NOT take foreign Insurance. Cash or credit card. A few might have arrangements with some providers. I think CIMA in HMO takes AZ Blue Cross. Being kept in the hospital until you pay is not an old wive's tale. Happened to us twice exactly as Mex described. My wife was taken downstairs in a wheelchair by an ARMED guard. Straight to the cashier. No tikee no laundry! Moisheh
moisheh 10/10/16 05:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Mariposa Border Crossing Oct. 2016

Last Sunday we crossed the border at 8 am. The truck booths on the US side on the extreme right were closed and had barriers across the entrances. Only one car lane was open and it was unmanned. However we were in our 42 ft. MH towing a Silverado. The cars were all making the immediate left hand 90 degree turn just past the booth. Impossible for us. There were no US Homeland security persons on duty to remove the orange plastic Jersey barriers on the right. This would allow us to get into the truck lane and get to Mexico. I waited about 2 minutes. I don't like getting out of my vehicle at the border. They sometimes start yelling that this is not allowed. I walked to the offices. Locked up tight and no buzzers. Finally I just moved the barriers !! No problems at km21. Took less than 15 minutes. From Santa Ana south the road is very rough. Toll prices are the same. Uneventful ( a good thing!) Moisheh
moisheh 10/09/16 07:48am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Car rental in Mexico - Puerto Valarta

Your credit card will NOT cover liability in Mexico. By law only a Mexican carrier can offer Liability. Moisheh
moisheh 10/08/16 08:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: My $12.00 Genturi

cross country: Please check your PM's. I sent you a message. Moisheh
moisheh 10/07/16 08:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: AC Eagle or 2012 Monaco

I think you have made 2 bad picks. The big Cats in that era are problematic. Do a Google and be prepared for lots of reading. It is probably a twin turbo with a horrible EGR system. I would avoid the Maxforce although there are many on this forum that claim to have few problems. Moisheh
moisheh 10/07/16 06:48am Class A Motorhomes

Cleaning the DPF on class 8 trucks is a hit and miss procedure. Some mfrs. do not recommend cleaning. The price on new units has dropped significantly. As for fuel quality. Back about 20 years ago it was not unusual to fill up and soon find white smoke coming out the tailpipe of a gasoline car. Or your car would sputter. My wife had a Tracker here in Mexico that would ping every once in awhile. With all the electronics the fuel would have to be very poor to have pinging. But the high Cetane diesel is great stuff. Our non electronic Bluebird loved the Mexican fuel! Moisheh
moisheh 10/06/16 07:18pm RVing in Mexico and South America

Ed White is the expert but it is my understanding that the post 2010 engines with SCR have problems with non ULSD. Iguana: In your case when you wake up tomorrow your rods and pistons will be lying on the ground with a huge hole in the pan! Moisheh
moisheh 10/06/16 06:46am RVing in Mexico and South America

I have never seen a us plated truck beyond the border area. All the tankers I see are Pemex trucks and when I asked them the fuel came from down south somewhere. I will ask again later this year. I think LSD is still produced in the USA.
moisheh 10/04/16 07:55pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Thread for weight issues this season for F250 + trucks

This is from Sonia Diaz's website> Personally I have no use for her. She hadles car imports but does it in a manner which is likely illegal. Nevertheless it is interesting that she mentioned the weight limit. Moisheh "The maximum GVWR (the total combined weight of truck including all passengers, fuel, fluids and cargo) for a temporary vehicle import is 3.5 metric tons (7716 pounds) excluding RV's. This regulation is under review and may soon not be an issue."
moisheh 10/03/16 08:19pm RVing in Mexico and South America

Briansue can probably find the details but Mexico did sign on to an Internationbal agreement to have ULSD available. I think the date final was in 2014. Never happened. There is no reason to produce the fuel. Go to any Class 8 truck dealer and look at a new Tractor: No DPF and certainly no SCR equipment. So who would want ULSD? A few hundred RV'rs and tourists !!!! Moisheh
moisheh 09/29/16 05:38am RVing in Mexico and South America
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