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TRAVELING TO PANAMA VIA AUTO
I AM PLANNING ON TRAVELING TO PANAMA FROM THE USA VIA AUTO,,,LEAVING CALIFORNIA MAY 1, 2006 TRAVELING THRU MEXICO, GUATEMALA, HONDURAS, EL SALVADOR, NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA INTO PANAMA,,,DOES ANYONE HAVE ANY SUGGESTIONS AS TO THE ROAD CONDITIONS THIS TIME OF YEAR AND ALSO THE SAFETY TRAVELING VIA AUTO THRU THESE COUNTRIES,,,I HAVE ALREADY BEEN ADVISED TO ONLY TRAVEL DURING THE DAYLIGHT TIME OF THE DAY,,,SOME OF THE QUESTIONS THAT I HAVE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
*WHAT IS THE TAX OR DUTY IF ANY TO ENTER EACH COUNTRY
*WHAT PAPERS WILL BE NEEDED SUCH AS CAR REGISTRATION, INSURANCE PAPERS ETC
*WHAT IS THE DELAYS EXPECTED AT EACH BORDER
*AVAILABILITY OF GASOLINE THRU EACH COUNTRY
ANY SUGGESTIONS FROM ANYONE WITH EXPERIENCE THAT HAS MADE THIS TRIP VIA AUTO WOULD BE MOST APPRECIATED,,,
THANKS FOR YOUR HELP
GB5986 @ YAHOO.COM
Read "Road Fever" by Tim Cahill, He goes the other way and it's 15 years old, but you'll get the idea.
hope this helps i found it in groups.yahoo.com/group/panamaforum/
driving a motorhome from texas to panama info
Hello Al,You may want to check out this site. This couple drives an RV
Motorhome to Panama 1 or 2 times a year. Look at the right side for
detail info and links. Chester in Phoenix
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