As a necessity, although not an ultimate solution, in their opinion Domestic Entrepreneurs “Decree on Strengthening the Settlement of the Status of Used Cars of Foreign Origin”, Published this afternoon, Wednesday, in the Official Gazette of the Union.
In the above document, some of the restrictions imposed by the Irregular Vehicle Regulatory Program are indicated, specifying that only those vehicles that come from the United States and Canada, and that are of model eight or more years prior to those being imported, will be able to reap the benefits.
Similarly, it is indicated that the benefit can only be obtained through the vehicles belonging to the residents From Baja California, Baja California Sur, Chihuahua, Coahuila de Zaragoza, Durango, Michoacán de Ocampo, Nayarit, Nuevo Leon, Sonora, Tamaulipas and not from all over the country.
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For Lidia Granados Pacheco, president of the National Chamber of Commerce (Kanaco) in Mexicali, the decree offers a partial solution to the problem of chocolate cars, as well as publishing the rules that define how this import will be implemented.
“All those whose series begins with a letter will not enter into the settlement of this car and will certainly be excluded” and considered that “there is a partial solution, from this point of view, but it gives in a certain way the possibility of organizing a large number of vehicles “
The businesswoman also realized that the amount specified in the decree, 2,500 pesos, would not be the only thing citizens would have to cover, as they would also need to hire a customs agent, at an approximate cost of $50, and pay. From the register of public vehicles, amounting to 58 dollars.
Octavio Sandoval López, president of Coparmex Mexicali, agreed that the implementation of this decree was necessary in Baja California, although he considered that the total amount to be paid by citizens would be at least twice what the decree indicated.
I think people will pay about 5,000 pesos; 2,500 rights plus about 1,500 plates plus about a thousand pesos because they run the services of customs agents” Considering that “there are no 200,000, between 5 and 6 thousand pesos will be spent for organizing”
On the other hand, the businessman explained that the entry into force of this decree will mark the disappearance of associations that issue fake license plates, as they will now only be able to take care of vehicles that do not meet the import requirements.