Andrés Manuel López Obrador, President of Mexico, assured that all cars that were bought in the United States and that enter Mexico, better known as ‘chocolate’, will be regularised.
During his tour of Baja California, López Obrador said: ‘Before the election I was asked to regularise the cars circulating in Tijuana that were bought in the United States. Now that it has happened, we will soon respond so that those who have these cars can regularise them’.
The federal president indicated that to ensure that these vehicles are not used for crime, a registry will be created in which the details of the car and the owner will be included.
He added that the cost of the process will be very low and the proceeds will be used to benefit the poorest people in Baja California.