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Post by Intercasa on Tue Apr 06, 2010 8:19 pm

Here is the link to my driving guide. I've updated it within the past few months covering important topics.

http://www.intercasafs.com/Driving.pdf

One thing that I'll add soon is the toll free number if you are on a toll highway for help, it is 074. I had a tire go out Saturday driving back from Vallarta and my rim was stuck on the axle and I called and they dispatched a tow truck which was free of charge, the driver and I got the old tire off. I tipped him even though it wasn't necessary, he refused at first but it was hot and he looked like he could have used a cool drink.

I'm always open to critiques and suggestions to make the information better. Recent additions cover federal driving laws and fines as enforced by the federal police as well as making claims on the insurance that is part off the tolls you pay on the toll highways. I also started some info on which states authorize cops to retain your license or papers as guaranty for payment of fines.
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Post by Intercasa on Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:22 am

The state law changed this year, I don't have time for an official update but here are the changes:

Article 164 adds section XXII which deals with motorcycle drivers who don't drive in their lane.

Article 166 BIS - Added this year adds a fine of 200 to 400 days minimum wage for invading public transportation lanes. I had alluded to this in my guide but now it is official so watch out and don't get anywhere near the Macrobus lane.

Article 168 BIS - Added and deals with DUI, 30 day minimum wage fine (up from 10 ) and those refusing a breath test will be sent to the ministerio publico and they will do a blood draw.
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Post by Guest on Fri Apr 16, 2010 2:30 pm

Intercasa wrote:Here is the link to my driving guide. I've updated it within the past few months covering important topics.

http://www.intercasafs.com/Driving.pdf

One thing that I'll add soon is the toll free number if you are on a toll highway for help, it is 074. I had a tire go out Saturday driving back from Vallarta and my rim was stuck on the axle and I called and they dispatched a tow truck which was free of charge, the driver and I got the old tire off. I tipped him even though it wasn't necessary, he refused at first but it was hot and he looked like he could have used a cool drink.

I'm always open to critiques and suggestions to make the information better. Recent additions cover federal driving laws and fines as enforced by the federal police as well as making claims on the insurance that is part off the tolls you pay on the toll highways. I also started some info on which states authorize cops to retain your license or papers as guaranty for payment of fines.

Thanks, Spencer for adding your guide to this webboard, also. I know that you spent a lot of time on this and hope it gets lots of views, as it is invaluable. Zoey

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