Omar López commented that if someone assures them of the legalization of their “chocolate” car with the series that begins with a letter, they will be scamming them out of their money, hence the interest of the government that they collaborate with the formal complaint to be able to intervene.
Sinaloa. – The undersecretary of Registration Information Regulations of the State Government, Omar López Campos, warned of the presence of facilitators, also known as “coyotes”, who offer to facilitate the procedures for the regularization of cars of foreign origin.
The official called on the owners of these vehicles to report these people, since according to the decree issued by the Federal Government for regularization, only those manufactured in the United States, Canada, or Mexico are included.
He added that the procedure is totally free, in person and without intermediaries, in addition, he only has to verify that the vehicles from the United States, Canada or Mexico start the series with a number, but if they start with a letter, they do not enter the program because they are brands of others. countries, for example, those that start with the J, from Japan, and the K from Korea, so at this stage, they are left out.
Omar López commented that if someone assures them the legalization of their “chocolate” car with the series that begins with a letter, they will be scamming them with their money, hence the interest of the government that they collaborate with the formal complaint to be able to intervene.
“It does not require a ‘coyote’, it is not necessary for the citizen to go to any registration organization to help him schedule the appointment of the vehicle, or else, any requirement, any requirement, any need that he lacks, so, Therefore, they would be being scammed if someone offered them these services for money”, he recommended.
The Undersecretary of Registration Information Regulations of the State Government, Omar López Campos, reported that five itinerant modules will soon be put into operation to visit the smaller municipalities, since currently only the cities of Mazatlán, Culiacán, Guamúchil, Guasave and Los Mochis.
Finally, he reported that so far 2,057 motor units have been legalized, there are 11,000 by appointment and it is estimated that 50,000 circulate in Sinaloa and the deadline for the program is September 22.
In a recent interview, the director of the Tax Administration Service of the State of Sinaloa (Sates), Óscar López Barraza, warned foreign car owners of the presence of “coyotes” who offer them insurance that does not respond as they should at the time. of a road accident.
The official clarified that the State Government has no relationship with these companies and unless they have been authorized a permit to provide their services, in view of this, he recommended that people inquire at the citizen service modules that are in place, as well go to the website Listainstitucións.cnsf.gob.mx where there is a list of insurers that are registered with the National Insurance and Bonding Commission, which will allow them to install themselves.
It is important to remember that the total cost of the procedure is 5,100 pesos, including 2,500 for the regularization, which is what is published, and the rest of the plates and the vehicle endorsement.
The page https://www.regularizaauto.sspc.gob.mx/ to request an appointment for the regularization of used vehicles of foreign origin.
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