Bring the valid registration that shows your license plate numbers or the invoice/loan documents that are in your name. If you bring the invoice/loan documents, they should be less than 3 months old.
Parents, children, siblings, or the husband or wife of the owner of the vehicle may apply as long as they have a birth certificate or marriage certificate to prove their relationship.
The vehicle may be driven in Mexico by the importer, their spouse, their parents and children, and brothers and sisters as long as they are not residents of Mexico. Other people of the same migratory status may also drive the vehicle. If someone other than those allowed will drive the vehicle, the importer must be in the vehicle as well.
Bring the title or registration in the name of the business and a letter that proves the employer/employee relationship.
No, cancellations are only done at the Banjercito Modules that are found at the border where Banjercito has staff members to help. It is necessary to bring the vehicle, the hologram and the permit so that everything may be canceled together.
Contact Mexican customs authorities so that they may help you by either dialing (from Mexico) 01-800-463-6728, press option 7 for "comercio exterior" and then press 2 for "Cuidad de Mexico." From the U.S. dial 1-877-448-8728 or send an email to CIITEVAduanaMexico@sat.gob.mx for more information.
Yes, just as long as ownership is proven and only one permit is paid for. The number of towed vehicles allowed (this includes motorcycles, quads, non-street legal vehicles, as well as jet skis) depends on the number of passengers that will travel in the vehicle, being that the maximum allowed is 3 towed vehicles.
No, it is strictly prohibited to sell, give or transfer ownership of the vehicle as well as use it for the transport of cargo, or for commercial activities. If you do not follow these restrictions, you may have serious legal problems.