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 Posted: Mon Jul 27th, 2020 12:49 am
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Are you required to get TIP for utility trailers in the free zone

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 Posted: Mon Jul 27th, 2020 02:44 am
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As a rule, no. In the past you had to post a bond or permit your tow vehicle that was refundable after the year. I will not say this for sure because things sometimes seem to depend on the luck of the draw?? Maybe someone has a better update.

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We have never had a TIP for a utility trailer.  I don't think you need a TIP in the free zone.  We are looking to buy a cargo trailer 14 foot.  If anyone knows of one for sale, USA plates only.

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 Posted: Mon Jul 27th, 2020 06:18 pm
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I never had one on the trailer I had ten years ago although, I heard something recently that a tow vehicle is considered one vehicle and you are allowed only one. I may be wrong. I found nothing about it on Banjercito. Guess I'll find out when I show up at aduana.

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We always just went on through after they inspect the contents.  I'm very sure you don't need a TIP for a trailer attached to your vehicle.  You dont need one for the vehicle either

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I bought a new 30' boat trailer down this year with Ca Plates, empty. They stopped me at the inspection station this side on the truck route, asked for CA registration, checked the VIN number, and let me pass. I asked the gal if I needed a permit and she said no.

That was 3/4 ton diesel truck was plated in Sonora, so if they let that combo through, a vehicle and trailer with the same USA State plate would be even more routine.


But I do believe you need current valid registration on both to avoid the evil eye.

Last edited on Mon Jul 27th, 2020 07:11 pm by Bullshipper

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