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There are a lot of different rules, guidelines and expectations to follow when traveling from the U.S. to Mexico. It can be confusing, as some people say you need Mexico auto insurance while others say you don’t. This is because there are certain areas of Mexico that have different laws for visiting drivers. READ MORE >>

Though some people may not realize it, Mexico actively encourages its residents to purchase and drive electric vehicles to cut down on gas emission. In fact, along with Paris, Rome, Madrid and Athens, Mexico City plans to ban vehicles using diesel in 2025. There are currently over 500 electric cars and 15,000 hybrid cars in Mexico. READ MORE >>

Gorgeous weather, delicious wine, friendly neighbors and a breathtaking view make a no-brainer for vacation. California is known for its Wine Country. Its reach now extends across the border to Valle de Guadalupe, a beautiful area just over an hour from the U.S.-Mexico border. Food and Wine READ MORE >>

If you’re planning on taking your RV or motorhome to Baja Mexico for vacation, you’ll need to plan accordingly. Here are some things you need to bring with you when traveling to Mexico by RV or motorhome: Passport and ID Tourist Permit RV Title/Registration READ MORE >>

Please be aware that you can no longer use proof of U.S. citizenship, like an embossed birth certificate, with a government-issued photo ID to get into or out of the country. Every citizen of the United States, independent of age (even newborn inf... READ MORE >>

When traveling to Mexico, you must have Mexican car insurance. In general, your American car insurance won’t cover you across the border, and you must have a certain amount of coverage to drive legally on Mexico roadways. But you may only be traveling for vacation or visiting family before heading back home. READ MORE >>

Whether you’re visiting the US or heading south for Mexico, auto insurance can be a tricky part of your plan. Every state in the US requires some amount of auto insurance, but that policy most likely won’t carry over to Mexico. READ MORE >>

If you’re traveling to Mexico, one of the main things to decide is how you’re getting there. If you decide to forgo the plane and take a road trip, there are certain things you should know before heading across the border. First, some US companies won’t allow you to drive your rental into Mexico. READ MORE >>

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 >>

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