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Interest in the regularization of foreign cars decreases

A little more than a month after the regularization of foreign vehicles by presidential decree expired, interest in the process has waned, according to data provided by managers of the process and the public vehicle registry in Sonora.

According to the data provided by the agency attached to the Secretary of Public Security in our state, as of May 19, 26,963 vehicles have been regularized in Nogales, of which 22,042 units belong to local residents, for a total of 158 thousand 032 automobiles.

In contrast, on March 25, officials shared that 25,393 cars had been regularized, meaning an increase of 1,570 vehicles, in two months, about 26 daily procedures, a decrease of 100 procedures, or 80 percent less, than Peak in late 2022.

According to the testimony of some people who do management work for citizens interested in these procedures, they indicated that in the last two months the demand has dropped significantly and it is notable when 1 or 2 procedures are performed daily, which is is a far cry from the 20 they processed in a single day.

He shared that he is still hopeful that in the next extension of the regularization period, cars whose serial numbers start with the letters J or K will also be introduced, as he assures that this drive to nationalize units will Will remain until this six expires. Tenure of President Andres Manuel López Obrador.

However, he cautioned residents of Nogales and citizens of nearby municipalities not to count on these extensions, as one of the factors he considers is a lack of interest in the process and the governments’ attention to it. Can and manage termination. This benefit, which facilitates the import of units of foreign origin into the national territory.

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