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That parking is the US CBP parking. It is not open to the public. Next to that is parking for visitors to CBP (by appointment only). There are some large privately owned parking lots available to the public for a fee ($10-$15 per day, including overnights, from memory). These can be VERY cramped and somewhat difficult to park in, but a lot of people use ...


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The Area B traffic enforcement area is based only on poluttion/emission levels of the vehicle. There is no subscription/vignette available for this traffic zone, unlike the Area C for which the entry can be purchased. What you have to do In order to enter the zone (which is the largest in Europe) through its ANPR gates, you have to make sure that your ...


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Midavalo's answer is correct, I'll add the sign posted at the entrance of the parking lot: Also to get Uber on the Mexican side, one has to walk father than what Midavalo's map indicates: one has to walk till the red rectangle shown on the following map (about 300 meters further): (Because Ubers can't enter Acceso Aduana)


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Depends on who owns the lot, and who administers it...and, as Midavalo and Moo observe, how much attention they're paying. The lot addressed by Midavalo seems to be administered by the City of San Diego. The lot you cite at 4250 Taylor Street is owned by CalTrans. CalTrans' main District 11 parking page contains this text: Lot Use Park and Ride lots are ...


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I know people who have parked for 3 days in the public parking under the freeway right across from the train/trolley station. It is free and the signs only forbid RV overnighters. It is not a secure lot. I have parked there myself, but never overnight. I last used it in Feb 2020. Looking at Google maps to locate it properly is tricky due to the freeway in ...


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You can only enter Mexico with 2 motor vehicles that are in your name. Additional vehicles must be in another persons name and that person must be present. This is what we've found when entering last December (2019) with a motorhome pulling a car with a Vespa scooter on a hitch carrier. I'm online now looking to see if there's a work around as I want to ...


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