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If you take road trips, you probably begin to become familiar with portions of the drive. Familiar stops, sights and sounds might greet you on your journey. Even if you are an American driver traveling in Mexico, you likely will begin to recognize portions of the drive. READ MORE >>

American drivers who plan to drive into Mexico must have a Mexican car insurance policy. That’s because Mexican law does not recognize American car insurance, but it requires all drivers to carry coverage, foreign drivers included. However, getting a Mexican car insurance policy means you have to pay for it. READ MORE >>

There is a chance that someone might steal your car from your own driveway, not to mention anywhere else you go. So, when traveling, it’s important that you try to protect the vehicle from theft risks in any possible way. Often, people who aren’t local to an area are more at-risk of vehicle theft. READ MORE >>

You might be someone who travels between the United States and Mexico frequently. Or, you might only cross into the country a couple of times per year or less, maybe as part of travel to an annual family reunion. Either way, once you cross the international border, you must have car insurance. READ MORE >>

 During a trip to Mexico, no one wants to have a car wreck or experience a breakdown. Still, you can’t avoid the risk that a problem might happen at any moment. Therefore, you should at least have the reassurance that you might have help available to you and your family. READ MORE >>

Nobody ever wants to have a car wreck, especially while they are on the road in a foreign country. However, whether you are driving in your hometown, or on your summer vacation to Mexico, wrecks can occur. If the wreck happens south of the border, then you will likely need assistance from your Mexican car insurance. READ MORE >>

You always want your vehicle to stay in prime shape during any kind of road trip. You don't want to have a wreck. If you plan to drive from the U.S. to Mexico, your concerns might increase. After all, if you have a significant problem in a foreign country, the way you go about fixing the damage might be very different than the process you know. READ MORE >>

You want your road trip to Mexico to go off seamlessly. Still, nothing in life is a guarantee. Car trouble or breakdowns could happen at any time, even if you think you have done everything right. So, who do you call for help? Are there resources available for your benefit? ' In short, yes. READ MORE >>

Are you planning a summer vacation to Mexico? If so, you need to start planning sooner rather than later. There are a lot of things to consider with international travel besides just packing your suitcase. You'll need to get a few legal hurdles out of the way, and you'll need to pack with safety and comfort in mind. READ MORE >>

You might know that certain parts of Mexico present safety risks to foreign tourists. Indeed, one of the most-common precautions you have likely heard is that you shouldn't drive after dark. Why is that? It isn't to say that driving in Mexico after dark is unsafe in all cases. READ MORE >>

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