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  1. #2707
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Bbond,

    Thanks for all the information. As I have been preparing, I found that I will be needing to get written permission from the lien holder (my bank) of my car, since I'm still making payments on it, to drive it in Mexico. So all in all, I plan on having my car registration, bill of sale, lin holder contract, lien holder permission to drive in Mexico and Mexican full coverage insurance in order to not have any problems with Mexican border officials or police in Nuevo Laredo. So I am thinking of getting a six month Mexican insurance policy, soon, for about 250 $ in order to get that permission letter from my bank. Oh well, I guess it's worth it for me. I'll stay in touch my friend.
    You do not need lien holder permission. Or even valid insurance, just to drive across the border. To go to the interior, past the border area it is supposedly needed. Border officials only concern, when they bother to check, it that the car is registered in your name. The are trying to dampen the effect of people bringing cars into Mexico and reselling them.

  2. #2706

    Requirements for driving in Nuevo Laredo.

    Bbond,

    Thanks for all the information. As I have been preparing, I found that I will be needing to get written permission from the lien holder (my bank) of my car, since I'm still making payments on it, to drive it in Mexico. So all in all, I plan on having my car registration, bill of sale, lin holder contract, lien holder permission to drive in Mexico and Mexican full coverage insurance in order to not have any problems with Mexican border officials or police in Nuevo Laredo. So I am thinking of getting a six month Mexican insurance policy, soon, for about 250 $ in order to get that permission letter from my bank. Oh well, I guess it's worth it for me. I'll stay in touch my friend.

  3. #2705
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Hi Bbond,

    Well I just got my global entry (sentri) card in the mail so I am starting to get more serious on my first of many trips to come to Nuevo Laredo. I like staying close to a super marker and found that heb and soriana are just one blocks apart on Av Reforma. I also found a nice hotel called hotel Santa Maria that has a sign outside stating that rooms are available for 480 pesos (23 dollars). The hotel has sinks, microwave, continental breakfast, I mean the location is ideal for me. Just curious which supermarket you prefer, soriana or heb? Also, I want to check out the new club in the zona de tolerancia that is right across from martas but scared to drive my car there. Do you think that relying on taxis is good? I plan on driving by the zona during the day to see if there are police at the entrance. I'm scared of corrupt police at the entrance of Boys town.
    In the same area, withing blocks of each other, are actually 4 grocery stores, Soriana, HEB, S Mart, and Walmart. It's just a matter of preference, they all sell about the same food items. I have never used Hotel Santa Maria, so I am not familiar with it. If the sign on Hotel Santa Maria is what you see from google maps street view, take note that photo is 9 years old, so prices will be higher now, a listing of hotels here show it to be 775 pesos. I have not been to the zona for quite some time, but, my last experience, and the reports from others I know say the policia at the entrance are long gone. The club you mention is in the same corner as Mathas and Safari, all dependent on the trucker vans that bring people over from Laredo, there's always girls there, but IMHO opinion, a total waste of time going there. I know a few girls downtown that are ex-zona girls, they all say there is just no business out there for them. A couple of those girls actually live in the zona, but come downtown to work.

  4. #2704

    Soriana vs heb.

    Hi Bbond,

    Well I just got my global entry (sentri) card in the mail so I am starting to get more serious on my first of many trips to come to Nuevo Laredo. I like staying close to a super marker and found that heb and soriana are just one blocks apart on Av Reforma. I also found a nice hotel called hotel Santa Maria that has a sign outside stating that rooms are available for 480 pesos (23 dollars). The hotel has sinks, microwave, continental breakfast, I mean the location is ideal for me. Just curious which supermarket you prefer, soriana or heb? Also, I want to check out the new club in the zona de tolerancia that is right across from martas but scared to drive my car there. Do you think that relying on taxis is good? I plan on driving by the zona during the day to see if there are police at the entrance. I'm scared of corrupt police at the entrance of Boys town.

    Thanks,

  5. #2703
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Bbond,

    I was checking out a couple of companies and the one that partners with AAA gave me a 35 $ 5 day liability only quote and a 60 $ 5 day full coverage quote. I think that is pretty good. But are there any good insurance companies that you know if in Laredo or is buying online from a creditable source a better way to go? General thoughts?Thanks.
    $12 a day for full coverage is about right, you can get better deals, less per day, on 6 month or 1 year policies, but if you just want short time that is good.

  6. #2702
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Cool, I downloaded this new app called "CBP Border Wait Times" on my android and it is really addictive. I get to see border wait times for all lanes (including pedestrain) refreshed on the hour along with a trends graph that also show historical wait times for every hour. It appears to official. We should catch up soon Bbond.
    Those wait times are not all that accurate. Trust me on that. They are overly optimistic.

  7. #2701

    Buying Mexico Car Insurance.

    Bbond,

    I was checking out a couple of companies and the one that partners with AAA gave me a 35 $ 5 day liability only quote and a 60 $ 5 day full coverage quote. I think that is pretty good. But are there any good insurance companies that you know if in Laredo or is buying online from a creditable source a better way to go? General thoughts?

    Thanks.

  8. #2700
    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    Bridge 1 is sentri and ready lane only. Sentri enters bridge from the west side, ready lane from the east from Ocampo Street. Also, bridge 1 is sentri ONLY, Monday thru Friday 6 to 9 am. Bridge 2 no longer has a sentri lane. The new layout I was referring to is which bars remain open and where the girls hang out. It has change a lot.
    Cool, I downloaded this new app called "CBP Border Wait Times" on my android and it is really addictive. I get to see border wait times for all lanes (including predestrain) refreshed on the hour along with a trends graph that also show historical wait times for every hour. It appears to official. We should catch up soon Bbond.

  9. #2699
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    Bbond,

    Are you referring to the new layout for Bridge 1 now processing Sentri and Ready lanes? I just saw this video that someone posted on you tube in October about a new club in boystown, across from Martha's and talks about more door girls available. Like in the old days, allot of truckers will be happy. I hope this is true. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yroHAIEye4 I want to go check it out.
    Bridge 1 is sentri and ready lane only. Sentri enters bridge from the west side, ready lane from the east from Ocampo Street. Also, bridge 1 is sentri ONLY, Monday thru Friday 6 to 9 am. Bridge 2 no longer has a sentri lane. The new layout I was referring to is which bars remain open and where the girls hang out. It has change a lot.

  10. #2698

    New Layout and Boystown.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bbond  [View Original Post]
    Well, you could drive in, and park the car near a hotel, then you would have the option of driving or walking after you see the new layout. There are girls available, but not nearly as many as there once was. If you drive you will note parking meters downtown, those meters don't work and are not monitored.
    Bbond,

    Are you referring to the new layout for Bridge 1 now processing Sentri and Ready lanes? I just saw this video that someone posted on you tube in October about a new club in boystown, across from Martha's and talks about more door girls available. Like in the old days, allot of truckers will be happy. I hope this is true. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yroHAIEye4 I want to go check it out.

  11. #2697
    Quote Originally Posted by Zygomatic  [View Original Post]
    My question is, what would be better, to drive into NL or to walk? I am wanting to drive but would probably be wondering if it would be safe to drive down guerrero late at night looking for girl action. I feel safer in my own car. I do plan on having mexican insurance.
    Well, you could drive in, and park the car near a hotel, then you would have the option of driving or walking after you see the new layout. There are girls available, but not nearly as many as there once was. If you drive you will note parking meters downtown, those meters don't work and are not monitored.

  12. #2696

    Global Entry Approved.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainSolo  [View Original Post]
    To Zygo,

    State dept is handing out Global Entry for lots of people. Just about all are approved except recent felonies involving drugs or violent crimes.

    I have been crossing the Tijuana border with GE for the last 5 + years, quick and painless, just drive right through, no stopping. Mexican Immigration never requires passports and rarely ever check cars, like 1 and a thousand. I got stopped once in inspection for wearing a cap, which hid the face from the cameras. They only check car registrations for stolen cars etc. The $60 window sticker is not required here, but that may change in the future..
    Well, 4 months later and got my Global Entry (Sentri) approved and now can't wait to try it out in Nuevo Laredo. I keep meeting girls on dating sites that write that they live in Laredo but really live in Nuevo Laredo. I have spoken with them in the past and they are really cool. I'm sure that during Christmas time that many of them are probably just waiting to get over the holidays with family. I saw this one video on youtube about how people in Nuevo Laredo celebrated hollow ween a few months ago. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoyGYdMb6Ys I mean it's a totally different culture there LOL. People are basically cruising up and down colon street in costumes. My question is, what would be better, to drive into NL or to walk? I am wanting to drive but would probably be wondering if it would be safe to drive down guerrero late at night looking for girl action. I feel safer in my own car. I do plan on having mexican insurance.

  13. #2695
    Quote Originally Posted by Beavis  [View Original Post]
    Any establishment in the UK should have this procedure because most Americans wouldn't pay for it afterwards LOL. Sorry but food in the UK just absolutely sucks. You don't have to agree but you never see a fat Englishman.
    Well, the native English food is pretty uninspired. I like fish and chips if they are done really well. Meat pies can be good, or kind of frightening. The so-called British breakfast with beans and stewed tomatoes is just plain perverse, and not in a good way.

    But in London at least there is a wide selection of foods from other countries that can be quite good. I've had excellent Indian, Chinese, Japanese (sushi), and Middle Eastern there.

  14. #2694
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny12  [View Original Post]
    Sexo es como un restaurante. Pago al fin.
    Except for fast food places. And in some cases quickie sex women. Asi es.

  15. #2693
    Quote Originally Posted by CenTexCrash  [View Original Post]
    Whats an easy to learn phrase to tell THOSE girls "sex is like a restaurant, I don't pay the waiter in advance I pay him at the end when the food arrives and the food did its job".

    Sorry if that was out of left field and will update later about escort service on my embargo list as of 30 minutes ago.
    Sexo es como un restaurante. Pago al fin.

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