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  1. I only got relief for 2 weeks then pain came back with a vengeance.
  2. Hopefully you don't want to buy fireworks to shoot off in our fraccionamiento.
  3. Usually requirements for identification are listed on the website.
  4. They are at all of the stores and usually at the neighborhood stores.
  5. These posts are hilarious. Thanks!
  6. They have occupied the space by Soriana where the furniture store used to be. Doesn't appear to be open yet. Tables and chairs are there.
  7. We don't have any bathtubs. However, as we are frequently without electricity, we keep 4, 5L bottles full of water to use in the bano, and, a lot of smaller bottles for making coffee and using in the cocina.
  8. Each State's requirements are probably different. I believe there should be a section for registering trailers, ATVs etc. Look on the State's dmv website for current registration requirements. The op may need to call them for this information.
  9. Look at past years receipts. I believe the 734 figure includes discount and additional charges for other entities. It would not include any discounts, if applicable, for emission tests. Unless, of course, the test payment/ results are linked to your registration account somehow.
  10. You don't just waltz in, you take the proper documents in order to register it. We took a MX plated car to Michigan, registered it after presenting the required documents and walked out with a vehicle legal in the U.S.
  11. I believe you would not "import it" to the U.S. You would need to go to a DMV location and "register" it to get license plates etc. Of course you would need proof of residency in the State/city where you will be registering it as well as other documents that will be required. I personally would contact a customs broker in the U.S. in the State where you will be entering and get their advice.
  12. IMO It never ceases to amaze me how people can make a determination about what another person's motives are without even speaking to them. Or, making statements about an area that they don't even live in and could not have any idea what actually goes on, day to day. Do you want the police to position themselves on these roads with a noise meter all day and all night to issue a warning to the driver's? You will be able to stop the noise from the trucks the same time you will be able to stop dogs barking continually, music being played too loudly by a neighbor and so on. Examples: ...screaming engine brakes, it's everywhere, continually REALLY? AND HOW WOULD YOU KNOW IT IS EVERYWHERE CONTINUALLY? ...applying jake brakes unnecessary, apparently to make noise. HOW COULD YOU POSSIBLY KNOW IF IT IS NECESSARY OR NOT? WHAT WOULD BE THEIR MOTIVE TO "MAKE NOISE"? ...Coming into town from the airport way, it begins at 4 am and goes all day long DO YOU SPEND THE DAY MONITORING THIS HIGHWAY? WE LIVE IN BRISAS NEAR THE ENTRY, CAN SEE THE CARRETERA FROM OUR PATIOS. WE HEAR TRUCKS USING THESE BRAKES ABOUT ONCE OR TWICE A WEEK, NEVER AT 4:00am.
  13. Or, since you live very close, go there yourself.
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