Citizens of Los Mochis support the proposal to repair potholes with money from the legalization of cars

Sinaloa.- Citizens of Los Mochis, Sinaloa, view with optimism the decree of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, to legalize chocolate cars since it will give them greater security to travel on federal highways without being disturbed, but it is also very satisfactory that the money is going to go to repair the streets.

Héctor López Contreras considered that it is one of the most favorable actions that the President of the Republic has done, legalize chocolate cars and that the money collected for that concept be applied to the repair of the streets.

“If that money is used to solve the problem of potholes what is in the streets would be something very important since the streets are practically destroyed ”, he stressed.

Similarly, António Higuera said that the legalization of cars is a social issue that will benefit many people who have a car of foreign origin.

“They will have legal certainty about their vehicle, there will be a greater responsibility of the owners as well as third parties since now they will be able to demand that whoever regularizes their car responds legally,” he stressed.

Likewise, Guadalupe Martínez López, said that many of the chocolate cars were used to commit an illegal act because there was no way to search for a person responsible; however, now there will be more control.

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“At the end of the day, we all win with the legalization of the chocolate cars, since there will be a record on those units and above all they will pay a tax that is available to everyone,” he stressed.


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