The unpopular measure to extend the program Hoy No Circula due to activation of Phase One of the environmental contingency has caused discomfort among people, but another common feeling is confusion, since apparently many fail to remember the day now touches them “rest” your car.
For this here we have them 3 points to understand the extended measure of Hoy No Circula
It is important to consider and know the area covered by the program. Program coverage includes the 16 delegations of Mexico City and 18 neighboring municipalities in the State of Mexico. This means that your application area includes:
Cuajimalpa de Morelos
Gustavo A. Madero
Ecatepec de Morelos
Tlalnepantla de Baz
Valle de Chalco
You also need to identify what type of hologram verification has the car: Hologram 00 or Double Zero
Hologram 0 or Zero
One hologram 1 or
Hologram 2, or Two
The day April 6, 2016 applies double today no current will not flow where vehicles with red gummed (plate finished in 3 or 4) nor rubberized blue (plate ending in 9 or 0). Also it applies to motorcycles with same endings. You can see here the date on the calendar rule.
From April 5 to June 30 all vehicles (including holograms 0 and 00 who were exempt) will stop circulating one day a week and one Saturday a month, according to color hologram or last digit of the plate. Outside these dates, the normal rules apply. Here you can see the updated restrictions of movement, by clicking on the corresponding day in the calendar.
More information on the following link: http://www.hoy-no-circula.com.mx/
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