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RE: Bra for toad

We had a Bra on our 05 Tacoma for almost 4 years. BUT at least once a month I would remove it and wash. Sand can get underneath and rub the paint. When I sold the Tacoma I polished that area and it looked great. I did not use the hood part. Moisheh
moisheh 02/21/19 04:59pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Directv H25 problems

Campermama: How about some additional information please. What receivers do you have? An SD receiver like the D12 have not been able to get locals where we live. They are only on HD receivers. Moisheh
moisheh 02/20/19 05:12pm Technology Corner
RE: Puerto Pensaco Report

Hi Russ. I even saw a promotion for the cruise in Kino. How is the tourism in PP? I heard it was excellent. Moisheh
moisheh 02/20/19 06:47am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Puerto Pensaco Report

They are booking cruises for this year from PP but I don't know w here the ship is docking?? Moisheh
moisheh 02/17/19 01:16pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Puerto Pensaco Report

I think those rates were posted last year. Expensive for Mexico. Have they fixed any of the electrical boxes? $54 to $50 is becoming the standard in the USA but there are usually amenities. I guess one could say that the view at the Reef is priceless!! Moisheh
moisheh 02/16/19 03:51pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Puerto Pensaco Report

Galvanizd: What were those rates at the Park? I had heard they were around $50.00 USD? Moisheh
moisheh 02/16/19 06:31am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexicowanderer

wlls 6.4 hemi: You should think before you post. Do you know anything about the person who received the laptop and phone? How do you know if he has any money? Shame on you. Moisheh
moisheh 02/09/19 12:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: internet options

Before carlos slim took over the service was horrible. Telemx had a bad union and the workers did not care about anything. When you called in to report a problem they would tell you it will be fixed. 2 days later it was still NG. If you called and complained they simply hung up. But things have changed. Our phone works 99.9% of the time. Now if we could only get the water dept. to improve their service!!!!
moisheh 02/08/19 12:40pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: internet options

Navegator: At one time you had to have a residence and pay a big up front fee. No longer. Many RV'rs that live in parks have a phone line. We had the first phone in an RV park. BUT I had to pay about $200 up front. I only got that line as I was a Telmx shareholder and my broker had me send a letter to Carlos Slim. Of course he never saw the letter but one of his underlings contacted the head of Telmex in Sonora. They even put in a pole in front of our RV space! I tried to get the Internet en Su Casa service. It is great. But you need to sign a 2 year contract and they want a TP or RP. I gave up but may return and try to get them to accept my FMM and a copy of my Telmex bill. The rules are not the same everywhere. I have a Telcel Amiga phone and never showed any ID. Others have said they needed proof of a residence. Google that Internet en Su Casa. They state that after you use so much data they throttle the speed but users tell me they can still stream. At 399 pesos a month it is a bargain. Moisheh
moisheh 02/08/19 08:44am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Latest news on ULSD

I googled the headline and it seems this is old news that none of us saw. It was published in a bunch of Mexican papers so must have been from the wire service. Dated JUlY/18. Being as Pemex never started any of those refineries and AMLO does not want to import fuel the article is probably valid. Pemex is technically bankrupt. No contractors will undertake any refinery updates as they probably won't get paid. Stay tuned for further fiascos!!! Moisheh
moisheh 02/07/19 08:13pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Possible???

Who is driving the Mexican truck? If it is not a person with an FMM you cannot drive it in Mexico and cannot get a TIP A Mexican plated vehicle is not eligible for a TIP and a trailer by itself probably canot get a TIP. Nor can a person who does not have an FMM get the TIP on the trailer. I would not try.They would be worried the trailer would be kept in Mexico. However I think you can get the trailer permanently imported if you have a RP. Sure is complicated Moisheh
moisheh 02/07/19 08:06pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Latest news on ULSD

Herre is an article that was sent to me in Spanish. I don't know the source but I think it came from a Mexican newspaper. I have posted the Google Translation first and next I will post the Spanish. There was a photo and a headline. It is real! Gas stations will not be able to sell diesel UBA next year: AMIA Athough the January 1, 2019 is the deadline for all gas stations in the country that sell diesel to have this Ultra Low Sulfur fuel (UBA), this will not be possible, according to the report that Petróleos Mexicanos ( Pemex) offered to the automotive industry. The president of the Mexican Association of the Automotive Industry (AMIA), Eduardo Solís Sánchez, reported that a few days ago he met with the CEO of Pemex, Carlos Treviño, and "apparently these investments have not been made for it, and is in this year's investment program. " He explained that according to the investment program of Pemex, it was impossible to program the refineries necessary to produce this type of diesel, and "of course we need investments in refineries that allow us to have UBA diesel to do the planning and have vehicles of that type. quality". A few months after the entry into force of Standard 044, he pointed out that based on this, this is a program that will have to be reactivated through a new refinery or one that already exists to refine this fuel, because "we what we need is ultra low sulfur diesel. " In this regard, the president of the National Association of Producers of Buses, Trucks and Tractor Trucks (ANPACT), Miguel Elizalde, said in previous statements that according to a field study made by the agency in 323 stations, only 81% have diesel of Ultra Low Sulfur. He added that even though there has been a 10% advance in the availability of this type of fuel, compared to field studies in 2016 and 2017, there are only a few months left and it has not been possible to reach one hundred percent, although there are already others competitors in the market. Elizalde agreed that for companies to introduce vehicles with new technologies, they need to have the right diesel, so "we demand that the authority only allow diesel UBA trade from January 2019, which is needed for this type of units. " "Mexico would be the first country in Latin America to make mandatory the technologies that will require Ultra Low Sulfur diesel," which would be at risk of not having the necessary fuel, he said. The benefit of introducing new technologies, is that according to the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, are more than 120,000 million dollars in public health, and "we expect, for these benefits, that authorities consider in delivering incentives green on the matter "to the industry, once the goal has been achieved, conclude Gasolineras no podrán vender diésel UBA el próximo año: AMIA A pesar de que el 1 de enero de 2019 es la fecha límite para que la totalidad de las gasolineras en el país que venden diésel tengan este combustible de Ultra Bajo Azufre (UBA), ello no será posible, según el reporte que Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) ofreció a la industria automotriz. image.png A pesar de que el 1 de enero de 2019 es la fecha límite para que la totalidad de las gasolineras en el país que venden diésel tengan este combustible de Ultra Bajo Azufre (UBA), ello no será posible, según el reporte que Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) ofreció a la industria automotriz. El presidente de la Asociación Mexicana de la Industria Automotriz (AMIA), Eduardo Solís Sánchez, informó que hace unos días se reunió con el director general de Pemex, Carlos Treviño, y “al parecer no se han dado para ello esas inversiones, y no está en el programa de inversiones de este año”. Explicó que de acuerdo con el programa de inversiones de Pemex, fue imposible programar las refinerías necesarias para producir ese tipo de diésel, y “por supuesto nosotros necesitamos inversiones en refinerías que nos permitan contar con diésel UBA para hacer la planeación y tener vehículos de esa calidad”. A unos meses de que entre en vigor la Norma 044, señaló que en función de ello, ese es un programa que tendrá que reactivarse a través de una nueva refinería o una de las que ya se tienen para poder refinar ese combustible, porque “nosotros lo que necesitamos es diésel ultra bajo en azufre”. Al respecto, el presiente de la Asociación Nacional de Productores de Autobuses, Camiones y Tractocamiones (ANPACT), Miguel Elizalde, dijo en declaraciones anteriores que de acuerdo con un estudio de campo que hizo el organismo en 323 estaciones, sólo 81% cuenta con diesel de Ultra Bajo Azufre. Agregó que aun cuando se ha avanzado un 10% en la disponibildiad de este tipo de combustible, si se compara con estudios de campo de 2016 y 2017, sólo quedan unos meses y no se ha podido llegar al ciento por ciento, aunque ya hay otros competidores en el mercado. Elizalde coincidió en que para que las empresas puedan introducir vehículos con nuevas tenologías, necesitan contar con el diésel correcto, por lo que “exigimos que la autoridad sólo permita comerciar diésel UBA a partir de enero de 2019, el cual se necesita para este tipo de unidades”. “México sería el primer país en América Latina en hacer obligatorias las tecnologías que van a requerir de diésel Ultra Bajo Azufre”, lo cual se vería en riesgo de no haber el combustible necesario, indicó. El beneficio de introducir las nuevas tecnologías, es que de acuerdo con la Secretaría de Medio Ambiente y Recursos Naturales, son de más de 120,000 millones de dólares en salud pública, y “esperamos nosotros, por estos beneficios, que las autoridades consideren en entregar incentivos verdes al respecto” a la industria, una vez que se haya logrado el objetivo, concluyó.
moisheh 02/07/19 08:01pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Tioga George

A few years ago George spent 2 days at our house in Mexico. I put his Tioga in my shop and we fixed a whole bunch of things that were damaged in a wind storm. All I can say is that he was a character. One of a Kind! Moisheh
moisheh 02/05/19 04:32pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Toy Hauler trailer, paper work?

About 5 years ago we sold our Bluebird in Tucson. I had not canceled the permit on our way out of Mexico. I had the name of the person in Mexico City and her address. I also had a notarized bill of sale and a copy of the title transfer papers. Went to Estafeta and sent the whole package. Next morning I got a call from the delivery driver in CDM. They would not accept the package. The address was correct but the woman listed on the parcel was now somewhere else. Apparently if it is not addressed correctly they cannot accept??? Only in Mexico I found the name of the new person and Estafeta gave me back the parcel. I readdressed and we left for Canada. Got a registered package with everything I had sent. They needed either a signature on a document from the Secretary of State ( we don't have those in Canada or something from the Arkansas DMV where the buyer resided. Fortunately his wife was a Notary and new how to handle everything. I resent the package and 2 months later the permit was cancelled. I think I paid about $150.00 for all the shipping. I am not sure if they still link your passport to the permit. Moral of the story is to look upon your 10 year permit as annual. When you leave Mexico have the permit canceled. Chuck is fortunate that he lives in California and could easily return to the border with his unit and have the permit canceled. Not so easy when you live 2200 miles away ! Moisheh
moisheh 02/04/19 12:57pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Guanajuato Downtown Campground

You can take the cable car to get a good view. Be sure to visit Diego Rivera's house. Moisheh
moisheh 02/01/19 07:23am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: internet options

Chuck: being as you have one 10 year permit the only way you could permit the Toy Trailer would be to put it in your wife's name. Are you bringing a toy in the trailer? Moisheh
moisheh 02/01/19 07:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Guanajuato Downtown Campground

Many moons ago!!
moisheh 01/31/19 12:54pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Guanajuato Downtown Campground

There is one small CG that is on the same lot as a Motel. If it is still open stay away. Water was almost black. Power non existent. Lots of low hanging wires. Very small sites. We were in a Truck camper. Moisheh
moisheh 01/31/19 07:27am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: internet options

Chuck: Do you still have a 10 year permit on your MH? They will only give you one 10 year and one 6 month. Does your title state it is a motorhome? That would sure help. Is your truck a 1 ton? Where are you crossing? Moisheh
moisheh 01/31/19 07:23am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Toy Hauler trailer, paper work?

Confuse aduana?? Of course they will be confused. They are programed for everything to be a certain way. Sometimes not flexible. But if they say anything show them the trailer. It has all the required amenities: beds, water, etc. I haven't brought down a trailer in years but I am sure you need a 10 year permit. Maybe get it online. What happened to your DP?? Moisheh
moisheh 01/30/19 03:04pm RVing in Mexico and South America
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