Oct 16, 2011, 12:02 PM
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1. You will need the Anexo (2 copies), the original "Permiso De Importacion Temporal de Vehiculos" (Its blue) and a copy to give to them, the receipt where you paid for the permit (and the deposit if you actually paid for one), a copy of your renewed visa (they will take your actual visa when you enter the building).
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2. A copy of your renewed visa is necessary. They will take your actual visa and give you an electronic building pass when you enter the building.
3.You will not need your vehicle insurance papers, passport or drivers license. I had copies of them just in case as you never know when they might want something.
4. There is no convenient parking in the area. I live in Tlanepanta de Baz and took Avenida Insurgentes south to a SuperWalmart and used its lot for 3 pesos and then took a taxi for 30 pesos. The area is very busy with very heavy car,tzxi, pasero and bus traffic.Taking a bus and then a taxi would be easier.
Another possibility is to take the Metro once you arrive in the D.F. I believe the Hidalgo station was quite near. Check a Metro Map for sure!!
By car I would follow the autopistas south to the Anillo Periferico and then take the Reforma exit towards the Zocalo.
There are a bunch of parking lots that are near the American Embassy, Sheraton Maria Isabel and the Statue of Independence-The Angel on your left on Avenida Reforma. I typically use the underground parking at the Sheraton for about $60 pesos/hour and then grab a regular taxi. It should cost about 50-70 pesos to go to Aduana. The Banjercito/Aduana complex is not too far from the Zocalo.
5.Ubicación: Av. Hidalgo 77, Módulo IV, planta baja, Colonia Guerrero, Delegación Cuauhtémoc, México, Distrito Federal.
Horario de atención: de lunes a viernes de 09:00 a 15:00 y de 16:00 a 18:00 horas.