Military checkpoint, quick Car Check (revision)
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Passed at 8 am, they stopped us asked where we were headed. No further inspection.Report Check-In
Passed today; asked us to slow down but then looked at us and just waved us on.Report Check-In
Two back to back military checkpoints, they both Flash goes down since it was nighttime and let us go after a brief look on the inside of our converted school bus.
They seemed relatively friendly after explaining that we were just tourists
nos pararon, pediron para abrir la van y miraron y movieron absolutamente todo, pero con respeto. después de unos 20 minutos nos dejaron ir.Report Check-In
waved us right through heading towards Belize but stopped a car going the other direction.Report Check-In
passed here in a Friday midday, we're stopped quickly and asked to open the door.
our dog growled at them and they asked us what were we transporting, just our stuff we said.
asked us if we had anything illegal, said no of course, where we came from and where we are going.
let us go, he didn't stopped anyone else tho
officers were far away, they flashed us with a
flash light, starting waking towards us, probably noticed our plates, waved us through a d walk back to their spot... not a word...
A very friendly Military guy stopped us and was asking where we want to go ,where we from and if we like Mexico-Si..Mexico is muy bonito! There was also a big Federal Police control +/-5km before on the other site/lane from Calakmul to Chetumal - they didn't stopped us on our way to Calakmul.Report Check-In
This checkpoint has some friendly officers. BUT 5-10 kilometers down the road going west there’s another checkpoint. There was a police car parked and three guys wearing police apparel. A young guy approached the vehicle and started checking every single paper we had and took a tour of the van. He said he’d write me a ticket or I could give him money. His reason was because I don’t have my Mexican insurance printed, although I asked many police officer on my way into Mexico about it and no one said that I needed it. Anyways, I showed him it on my phone and he was still asking for money. I ended up giving him 100 pesos and he got a grin on his face and let us through. It was the first time we got bribed in Mexico. Oh well, part of the adventure I guess.Report Check-In
we been passing by with two camper. they searched both and asked many times for mota/drugs
10min and we could go
asked us questions on our travels, didn't check the van, nice people !Report Check-In
Just asked where we came from and where am we are going. 5 minutes . One guy wanted to look in the camper. Nice guys!Report Check-In
Dans sens Chetumal-Escarcega pas de contrôle. Les militaires étaient sur l'autre voie et n'ont pas bougé.Report Check-In
super nice military guards
asked us where we are coming from, where we were going and if we were having a good trip. Waved us through no problem.
They were busy with a bus when we passed the checkpoint. just waved through.Report Check-In
Quick check of the car, no look at the papers. Quite friendly, it didn't take more than 5 minutes.Report Check-In
quick car check, didn't want to see documents just look inside the carReport Check-In