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Post by dean Wed Nov 18, 2015 5:25 am

I live in Phoenix and cross at San Luis always.

Take I8 and take Araby Road SR195 south. There is a Chevron/Jack in the Box to get gas just off of the freeway. The new road is 21 miles from San Luis and is very quick.

Note: It can be busy between 4 to 6 pm with Mexicans and Americans crossing back and fourth.

The immigration office is on the right hand side just as you cross.

Once you cross the border, take your first right and you are on Hwy 2

Once you are on Hwy 2 you will have a toll booth. 12 pesos is required

After the Toll booth you will hit a Military check point. Most times you will be passed through unless you have a camper on a truck

Once you get on Hwy 2 you can go through to Tecate or you can go south to San Felipe

Algadones is an option, but in my opinion it is only good to miss the military check point and the 12 peso toll. The road is very slow and has some very nasty speed bumps. It is probably a few miles shorter drive to Hwy 2, but I think you loose time due to all of the small communities you have to drive through.


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