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    If we are operating out of Texas and taking our clients into Mexico, are any special licenses needed?


    Can we remove the limo registration numbers from the back of the vehicle? Having these number in Mexico with US plates is screaming "ROB US!" Is there a legal way to have temporary License ID numbers on the vehicle?

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    Check with your insurance carrier if it is even allowed.Any limo built in this decade probably scream rob us no matter what plates you have!Good luck!

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    You can have magnets made up, but I agree with Steve (personally, I think with everything going on down there, it would be better to keep the tourist money in the US - just my opinion).

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmoredLimos View Post
    If we are operating out of Texas and taking our clients into Mexico, are any special licenses needed?


    Can we remove the limo registration numbers from the back of the vehicle? Having these number in Mexico with US plates is screaming "ROB US!" Is there a legal way to have temporary License ID numbers on the vehicle?
    Why would someone rent a Limo in the US and travel to Mexico, knowing there is a war and lawlesness going on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by transporter View Post
    Why would someone rent a Limo in the US and travel to Mexico, knowing there is a war and lawlesness going on there?
    People ask me all the time, to take them to Puerto Nuevo for lobster. I won't drive across the border anymore, but I have an affiliate that goes down there all the time(Tijuana airport and other jobs) and I have never heard of any problems except for tipping the police a little. My affiliate can get police escorts(security) for minimal(reasonable) amounts. But like i sais, I won't drive over there anymore.
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