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Everything posted by BeanRoy

  1. There are different systems, depending on the age of the vehicle. Since we don't know the OPs car's age or reason, I couldn't say definitively. As I did say, I am not talking about keys with near field sensors, which is what you are referencing.
  2. We shall see. The reason for the chip is security. Making a key without a chip alerts the security and prevents ignition. It is not a near-field issue.
  3. I believe all "lock" keys these days must have a chip. It's part of the anti-theft security. To prevent someone unlocking the car "illegally", which would prevent the engine from turning over when ignition is attempted.
  4. The poorly named Dusty Chicken in Riberas is still "functioning". They now have a door and a banner beside the auto shop, next to the Oxxo in Riberas. I say "functioning" because you never know when they will actually be open.
  5. My first one was 3.5 hours. My second one was 2 hours. Both at Parque Cristiania. I think that's pretty good.
  6. BeanRoy

    Cafe Magana

    He went back to PV. Two years later someone reported here that he had opened another place that failed. He did not lose the business due to IVA. It was, they say, due to all kinds of other taxes, especially employee issues.
  7. Back home all calls "tumble" to the next extension on numbers like that. Calling them individually makes no difference, generally.
  8. No argument here. I note that there are several highly-priced restaurants here, and there are a large number of retired expats with a lot of money, who don't really care how much a meal costs, except in a reverse manner: the pricier it is, the better it must be. They always manage to keep places like 4 alive, for a while.
  9. Of course. Simply wondering, based on what I know of this type of menu.
  10. Oh, I did not know that. Haven't been really, since the owner handed over the reins. Thanks for the info.
  11. I am curious, too. Their first menu definitely appears to be a tasting (or degustation) menu selection. Their second menu looks simply like a multi-course meal. In any case, I don't think you'd have trouble downing a real tasting menu, which is more like a selection of small tapas. Do you recall when Tabarka offered a tasting menu of different fish and tapas? It was great: a goodly number of small samples of lovingly cooked varieties.
  12. Hoolia: it would benefit everyone if you posted all information each time you start a different thread. Menu, time, price, location, contact information, etc. Not all members read all posts on a regular basis, and some will have no idea you made earlier posts.
  13. It definitely will cost. I don't think it will be cheap, unless the government puts a cap on pricing, and I don't think that will happen.
  14. Amazon.com.mx has them. I wouldn't know about locally. What is special about them?
  15. Not really designed to be similar, but uses the same "viral vector" technology.
  16. I recommend everyone make sure their paperwork is in order long before this happens.
  17. Who are you calling butt steak?!
  18. Sure. People lose things all the time: car keys. Prescription notes. Receipts. Sunglasses. It's easier to replace your INM card than it is to replace your credit card: we have a local INM office for that, but my credit cards come from NOB and can take forever to get here (yes, immediately get on your computer and report the loss). I don't acrry them with me unless I know I am going to make a purchase. But I always have my Permanente.
  19. Really, how often have any one of us actually lost our immigration card?
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