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I entered EC @ Rumichaca, can I exit @ San Miguel Puente International?

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CAtoMDE
6/7/2019 07:16 EST

Has anyone ever crossed into Colombia at Rio San Miguel?

I entered Ecuador at Rumichaca with MY COLOMBIAN plated car and would like to exit at the border crossing at Rio San Miguel.

How is the the condition of E45?

I registered my Colombian car, like you should, with the EC transito office at Rumichaca, they give you the document which you must drop off with them as you exit Ecuador, can I drop this document off at the Rio San Miguel office? Just want to keep things straight and good standing as I will visit/drive into Ecuador again in the future.

Anyone experience or suggestions/advice please! I need to determine if this is possible.

I am in Cuenca now and will be heading north in the next few days so appreciate your speedy comments.

BTW - I completed my "bucket" wish of covering the complete coast, from San Lorenzo at the north to Salinas and El Morro at the south end, I covered/drove every meter of this roughly 800km and what an eye opener, loved it, all the fishing villages and the towns and cities along the way.

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Dachdog
6/7/2019 10:07 EST

I know someone that crosses the border to Columbia regularly. I translated your message and sent it to him. Hopefully he will respond.

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CAtoMDE
6/7/2019 21:07 EST

Thanks, I will check this board in the morning hopefully he will send the response.

Thanks again!

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CAtoMDE
6/11/2019 10:46 EST

Follow up for historical sake and should anyone need to cross through San Miguel hit me up on the Colombian section (I live in Medellin).

I completed the crossing through San Miguel, so yes it is possible.

I am now back in Colombia after doing a road tour through Ecuador and I covered 2,260 km of the roads in Ecuador alone including the complete 800km of the coast and inland.

Combine my January 2019 road trip into Ecuador, from Rumichaca to Quito and then returned to Colombia of 760km I have driven right at 3,000km on Ecuador roads this year.

Many many experiences and once I gather my thoughts I will elaborate.

I may post a summary of my road trip as it may be useful to others.

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