Nothing compares to crossing the border and heading south into Mexico, cruising the highway as it winds through the countryside. However, that tranquility could come to an abrupt halt if your vehicle is not properly insured for accidents. If you think you have full coverage under your Canadian or American policy, think again–the laws concerning… Read more »
Posts By: Roxanna Brock McDade
Roxanna Brock McDade fell in love with Mexico when her father first took her there when she was 11. She happened into her position as writer and web designer with Mexpro more than 10 years ago, where she now gets the opportunity to share her Mexico travels and experiences. As well, Roxanna has acquired a wealth of information in the Mexico insurance industry and communicates what she initially found difficult and confusing in her articles to help our customers. Roxanna has a long list of books and travel articles under her belt (written before and after she came to Mexpro). Helping others have a better travel and insurance experience is her top priority at Mexpro.
Article by: Sara Holsen When you receive your Mexican insurance quote from Mexpro, you may find yourself wondering who the insurance companies, that you are choosing for coverage, are. If their names don’t ring a bell, and you need help deciding who to select, read on. Mexpro works with three Mexico insurance companies, whom we… Read more »
Mexico is a country that covers a vast amount of land area and has everything from pristine tropical beaches, to dense lush jungles, to ancient ruins and some of the best resorts in the world. Regardless of what you’re looking for or what time of year you plan to travel, there are exciting destinations throughout… Read more »
Chaotic cities! Dirt roads! Burros running wild! First-timers anticipating difficult driving conditions in Mexico usually discover that their fears are unfounded, and they’re probably even quite embarrassing in hindsight. No, maintained roads don’t disappear the moment you’re south of the U.S. border. And city streets aren’t completely chaotic… Of course there are quirks, and it’s… Read more »
Since 2009, Mexico has required passports for many of its visitors. While it is still possible to visit Mexico without a passport in some circumstances, which we will discuss below, most people do travel with a passport. This raises the question: How long do you have to have on your passport to go to Mexico?… Read more »