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Mexico and the USA share a border. They also share a considerable amount of cross-border trade and traffic. Indeed, thousands of Americans travel into Mexico regularly for many reasons. If you only go a few miles within Mexico, then you might remain within the country’s free zone. What is it? READ MORE >>

During the holiday season, many Americans go to Mexico on vacation or to visit family and friends. If you plan to drive this trip, you need to start planning now. Driving in Mexico requires a few extra steps and safety precautions. So, before you go, know how to get ready. READ MORE >>

Americans driving into Mexico will need auto insurance. More specifically, they will need Mexican auto coverage. This is not the same thing as their American policies. It will contain a few familiar elements of coverage. However, it will also offer some unique protection. READ MORE >>

Countless Americans travel to Mexico each year. Driving across the border means that you now face a different legal system. For you and your vehicle, this means meeting certain immigration and customs requirements. Among them might be the rule to carry a vehicle import permit. What do you need to do to get the permit? READ MORE >>

In Mexico, the scenery is one-of-a-kind, and countless American tourists visit every year. One of the best ways to see the sights on your own schedule is in your RV. You can travel from the Baja Coast to Teotihuacan, all in the comfort of your motor home. Still, Mexican RV excursions are not without risks. READ MORE >>

Let’s say you decide to take a trip to Mexico. While driving along, you suffer a breakdown or worse an accident. You are in a foreign country where you are not familiar with local businesses. Getting your car repaired might seem like a big challenge. How do you get help in this situation? READ MORE >>

Driving to Mexico for the holidays can be a great or a bad experience depending on how prepared you are before you are on the road. Plan your road trip before leaving home, check your tires, wipers, fluids, and headlights at least two days before you plan to leave. READ MORE >>

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