Sunday, June 28, 2009

Driving in Mexico: The Future of Driving in America?

VDARE reader Ned Garver writes of his experience working in Mexico:
We were required to get a Mexican driver’s license. This was an amazing process. My company arranged for the Mexican licensing agency to come to our corporate headquarters with their camera, fingerprinting equipment and laminating machine.

Surprisingly, we did not take a written or road test. The only instruction we received was never give a policeman your license if stopped, but to hold it against the inside window away from his grasp. If the policeman got his hands on it you would have to pay ransom to get it back.

Note that most Mexicans don’t have to worry about policemen stealing their driver’s licenses, because they never bother getting licenses, just as they never bother to learn how to drive. They just start driving, and let the chips fall, where they may.


NiviusVir said...

I read your post about Reon Hall and Aaron Fitzgerald Gelly, at VDARE. It was interesting. I mentioned the post in a YouTube video. I hope you do not mind. The video is at (

Thanks for the good work,

Nicholas said...

Not at all, I'm honored.

Your video is powerful stuff. I hope you don't mind if I spread it around, with proper attribution, of course.

"In memory of people 'not worthy' of the attention of the media."