• Glenn Wilson
    Qroo Paul: This post is for those folks who are driving across Mexico and will be passing through either Mexico City or one or more of the 18 municipalities located in the State of Mexico that participate in a program called Hoy No Circula.

    The program, which loosely translates as ‘no driving today’, places restrictions on the days and times that certain vehicles can be operated on the roadways. ...

    But there is an easier way! You might be able to qualify for a free tourist pass that will allow you to motor through without restrictions — well, almost no restrictions. If the pollution gets too bad the government may place additional restrictions on traffic. The tourist pass won’t save you if that happens. ...

    Vehicles with license plates from Mexico City or one of the following Mexican states are not eligible for a tourist pass: Estado de México, Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Michoacán, Morelos, Puebla, Querétaro and Tlaxcala.

    Foreign-plated cars are eligible.

    Continue reading Qroo Paul at: Driving Through Mexico City? Get a Tourist Pass to Avoid the Driving Restrictions Under “Hoy No Circula”. More #QrooPaul.

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