‘Chocolate’ cars will be regulated by finance and public credit; Roads and Transportation
Because it is a matter of buying and selling, everything concerning the plating or issues related to its circulation and roads is ruled out of participating in such in its regularization.
Mazatlán, Sinaloa. -The federal government’s regularization plans for ‘chocolate’ cars will remain in the hands of the treasury and public credit, informed the delegate of Roads and Transportation of Mazatlán, Mario Rafael González.
Because it is a matter of purchase and sale, everything concerning the plating or issues related to its circulation and roads is ruled out of participating in such a problem, the official stressed.
“The vehicles are going to be imported by the Federal authority, that will be the responsibility of the treasury and public credit, that is, we have no interference on this matter,” said the delegate.
In the same sense and according to federal government sources, ‘chocolate’ cars are born from the term ‘chuecos’, used by the inhabitants of the States of Mexico bordering the United States, which are actually old model vehicles that arrive illegally to the country since they lack the authorization to circulate.
Since last October 18, the President of the Republic, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, decreed through the Ministry of Finance and Public Credit in the Official Gazette of the Federation, the agreement for the importation of ‘chocolate’ vehicles, the Automotive companies summarized that this action will impact the 20% rise in national vehicles, opposing the measure to legalize them.