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Old 12-03-2012, 03:54 PM   #11176
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No it shouldn't. It may be important if the names aren't the same. Its really better when all documents agree. There is less potential for questions that way.
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:07 PM   #11177
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I think this has been asked before, but I don't remember the answer...
I'm going into Mexico, my drivers license is Nuevo Mexico, but my bike registration is Alaska. Is this gona cause me a problem? Both in my name, but obviously two differnent addresses... thanks,
Neil
Ace has it right. If you have Edward George Smith on one and Ed Smith on the other you may need to pull out other ID. If your registration is the same as your Passport you will be OK unless the agent wants to impress the Mexican prez and be a hard ass. In that case, find a bi-lingual speaker to explain that Ed and Edward are the same name.

See the info at http://www.losarcossonora.com/index....ps/attheborder about the main Arizona crossings
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Old 12-03-2012, 04:43 PM   #11178
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Xalapa bypass opened last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of riding it yesterday from north to south.
From Perote to my garage in 1 hour and 15 mins flat with Sunday traffic through Cardel, the cuotas, and Veracruz/Boca Del Rio. Cuts the time from what was up to 2 and a half hours on a Sunday. Take your cameras, it parallels the canyon most of the way and the panoramic views are simply incredible.

Bob Loblaw, we need to talk, I found something yesterday you are going to really enjoy, you'll see it and believe it when you swing through! Yes, it is that good. I am still buzzing from it 18 hours later! No pics on this one, no paperazzi, invitation only. I know Julio is going to enjoy this one too, fresh trout along the way.

Rocky Mountain Oyster, since you might be coming through first, PM me and we'll see if we can meet up so I can use you as a guinea pig...sorry...neutral third party test rider. Unless Craneguy and/or the Mystery Rider beats you to it. Schizz, if you are heading south, let me know.

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Old 12-03-2012, 04:49 PM   #11179
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Is there any thing like Mexican Whiskey ?
I end up drinking Brandy when I am down south..
Tequila gives me a hang over every time...
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Old 12-03-2012, 05:53 PM   #11180
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I think this has been asked before, but I don't remember the answer...
I'm going into Mexico, my drivers license is Nuevo Mexico, but my bike registration is Alaska. Is this gona cause me a problem? Both in my name, but obviously two differnent addresses... thanks,
Neil
Keep your DL in your wallet with those three copies you made of it.

Use your passport or passport card for both your TVIP and tourist card. Bike title or Alaska registration is fine.

Liens listed or mismatched names my fee goes up.
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Old 12-03-2012, 08:06 PM   #11181
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Bato, ya la alfombra esta lista, a ver si tu puedes probar el camino ese conmigo, ayer fue una buena!
La zona del Puente Calavera, yeah baby! Vas a gustar lo muchoooo!
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I think this has been asked before, but I don't remember the answer...
I'm going into Mexico, my drivers license is Nuevo Mexico, but my bike registration is Alaska. Is this gona cause me a problem? Both in my name, but obviously two differnent addresses... thanks,
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:15 PM   #11182
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Xalapa bypass opened last Wednesday, I had the pleasure of riding it yesterday from north to south.
From Perote to my garage in 1 hour and 15 mins flat with Sunday traffic through Cardel, the cuotas, and Veracruz/Boca Del Rio. Cuts the time from what was up to 2 and a half hours on a Sunday. Take your cameras, it parallels the canyon most of the way and the panoramic views are simply incredible.

Bob Loblaw, we need to talk, I found something yesterday you are going to really enjoy, you'll see it and believe it when you swing through! Yes, it is that good. I am still buzzing from it 18 hours later! No pics on this one, no paperazzi, invitation only. I know Julio is going to enjoy this one too, fresh trout along the way.

Rocky Mountain Oyster, since you might be coming through first, PM me and we'll see if we can meet up so I can use you as a guinea pig...sorry...neutral third party test rider. Unless Craneguy and/or the Mystery Rider beats you to it. Schizz, if you are heading south, let me know.
That's quite the teaser, Mike. Looks like we're gonna split the difference between DGO and VER this time. Keep it on ice for me, eh?
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Old 12-03-2012, 09:19 PM   #11183
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Tequila Video

USAA was running a banner ad for rental cars across the bottom of the screen. WTF!
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:17 AM   #11184
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Schizz, ok, no problem and I know you are going to like this one.
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Old 12-04-2012, 05:13 AM   #11185
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I think this has been asked before, but I don't remember the answer...
I'm going into Mexico, my drivers license is Nuevo Mexico, but my bike registration is Alaska. Is this gona cause me a problem? Both in my name, but obviously two differnent addresses... thanks,
Neil
My drivers license is from NM and my bike is registered in South Dakota, (the same as a lot of Americans living in Mexico), and I've never had a problem bringing my bike in. Most of us who have vehicles registered in SD do not have SD drivers licenses, so you should be ok on this one.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:03 PM   #11186
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Kikkoman!



No, not the soy sauce people. Kiko the Magnificent, our man from Jalisco.

Excellent lunch in San Antonio today at Two Brothers BBQ with Kiko. That putz Bato was a no-show.

Here's Kiko in the photo looking at my Guia Roji. Helping me select targets downrange for a Mexico Enero.

Just three of the tasty bits he came up with as possibilities:

Talpa de Allende

Tapalpa

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Old 12-04-2012, 03:36 PM   #11187
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I've been to Talpa several times on day trips from Sayulita. Way cool town to visit. Another must see near by is San Sebastion de Oeste. There is a coblestoned high-mountain mine road from SS that climbs to over 8K to an overlook. I love it how you can ride from sea-level to over 8K in a few short hours from PV. PM me anyone, if you want the track to it from SS.
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:53 PM   #11188
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I just realized - We have been full time in Mexico for 5 years as of today. In that time, we have been hit up for a mordita all of twice, have never been accosted or molested or hassled by anyone in Mexico. I can say the that the US Border Patrol has hassled me when leaving the US to return to Mexico but that's all. m It has bee a great five years and it went damn fast. The weather is good, the riding is great and the people wonderful. Yes, Mexico is safe.
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Old 12-04-2012, 04:31 PM   #11189
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no, not the soy sauce people. Kiko the magnificent, our man from jalisco.

Excellent lunch in san antonio today at two brothers bbq with kiko. That putz bato was a no-show.

Here's kiko in the photo looking at my guia roji. Helping me select targets downrange for a mexico enero.

Just three of the tasty bits he came up with as possibilities:

talpa de allende

tapalpa

mazamitla
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Old 12-04-2012, 07:10 PM   #11190
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Try the white (clear) Tequila.

I think there are Mexican whiskeys but I'm dubious. Plenty of US brands available
When in doubt,,,,,time flies when your having rum....Bacardi Anejo
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