If you had an option

Cybergal

Well-Known Member
If you had an option, would you drive a truck into Mexico?

What are your opinions?
 

Mike

Well-Known Member
Staff member
I have an option, and that option is to refuse under any circumstances.

I don't have to deal with it where I currently work, but regardless, no company is sending me down there.

Not happening :)
 

LadyD

Active Member
I would quit driving before I went there. And if I was stuck and the company refused to give me any other load, I would take a bus back home and leave the truck at a truck stop.
 

awayigo

Well-Known Member
No to Mexico for me. I would love to go to the western half of Canada though. I understand it is a pain getting across the border, alot of wasted time with paperwork though. My current truck is not aloud.
 

ACCER

Well-Known Member
Hubby says no. This is good because wifey (that's me!) says "HELL NO!"

It's always good when we agree on these things.....
 

hurgoll

Well-Known Member
I am not sure, first reaction was a solid no. then I thought, I wonder how they would like it if we all rushed into their country and started pulling their loads and took jobs from them.

Never happen, but I wish it could.
 

ACCER

Well-Known Member
I doubt that they would care. They are all here....remember?

You forget that the Mexican government protects Mexican jobs far better than the US protects our jobs.
 

Cerberus

In God We Trust
whats the big deal with mexico ? are we all talking from experience or from what we have heard from grouchy headstrong drivers and the newsmedia ?....... i have been to mexico and it was one heck of an experience. it's nothing like you hear until now. bottom line it goes like this : you stop just this side of the border and get your trailer tagged and marked (bad problem with theft across the boarder), go thru border control (leave everything electronic there, phones, laptops, etc) go approx 5 miles to the switch point. you swap trailers with one that is already there. as you do this they swap all tires to the trailer your bringing back and you take the grommets with you also (10$ black market there), all this takes about 30-45 minutes. while i waited i went over and ate at a real mexican restaraunt. it wasn't bad. real cheap though. then i left and had to go back thru customs both ways to get me stuff back and make sure i wasn't bringing anything back over. overall it was a good experience and i liked it. i got pics to show of this so i will attach them. they are only from this side though.
 

Rigjockey

In Gord we trust!
Supporter
No, No and No! Way too dangerous! I even refuse loads to commiefornia, Becuase i can. The real Mexican people are nice, Even my parents that used to travel there will no longer do that! Too dangerous! I feel bad for the Mexican people that get type casted by these gangsters.
 

Tazz

Infidel
Not a chance in hell. Side arms are not allowed to cross neither am I. Keeps me out of Canada as well. Personally they should stay in their country, we stay in ours. To simple of a solution I know.
 

terrylamar

Well-Known Member
I would like to. I speak Spanish and I have been to Mexico many times. But, in this day and age of Drug Cartels, I won't cross any more, especially in a big truck!
 

Duck

Custom title
Supporter
More Mexicans? California, another I could do without.
I don't care where a person is from or their race or whatever. As long as they speak comprehensible English & they're not running around causing problems.
 

Gus

What?
I don't care where a person is from or their race or whatever. As long as they speak comprehensible English & they're not running around causing problems.
That's the point. Ever try to talk to a dump trucker in Texas? Me neither. I no comprendo.
 
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