standard police checkpoint. nice people. very professional.
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Few questions and a quick passport check. Took about 3 minutes of my time.Report Check-In
Stopped by the police, standard questions: where are you going, where did you just visit. Did not request to look inside vehicle. Very easy stop.Report Check-In
We came through around 1pm, Sunday, stopped and pulled over to the side where they checked our passports and looked through our vehicle. 5min and we were on our way!Report Check-In
The check point is still there. They stopped us and asked a few questions (where are you going, what do you have in your van). Since we answered in English and played it as if we could barely understand spanish, they let us through quicklyReport Check-In
Two police checking vehicles heading north. No one checking southbound vehicles today at 8:10 amReport Check-In
we were driving towards Nicaragua and they only checked in the other direction.Report Check-In
We drove through on Sunday at 11:45am; there was 1 police officer and he did not stop us.Report Check-In
Just one friendly young guy. Just talked to us for a few minutes and waved us on.Report Check-In
asked if we had suitcases so looked surprised when I opened the back
took 10 mins
All the way from El Salvador border to Cholutuca is under roadworks. Took 4 hours to do 76km. Lots of places have just one lane opened as they work on the other one. Road is in good condition otherwise. There is 3 police checks on that stretch. Nobody stopped us.Report Check-In
They ask for passports, bit they just want to ser the van. Easy and friendly.Report Check-In
Stopped again on our way back. They were so kind, they exchange our empty bottle of water for a full one (free!).Report Check-In
Stopped us but finally didn't check much. Hopefully we have kids with us.Report Check-In