The Mexpro-Mexico Insurance Professionals have added PayPal to their list of payment options. PayPal’s with one-click payment is part of Mexpro’s ongoing effort to make the process of buying Mexico insurance easier.
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.
Life has a way of keeping us on our toes, even in the middle of a dream vacation. Whether you are in the thick of your morning commute or driving along Baja’s gorgeous coast, the unexpected can rear its ugly head at any moment in the form of an accident. That’s when insurance can make… Read more »
Have you been dreaming about Mexican adventures, but are understandably nervous about crossing the border and navigating the countryside? No worries; caravan travel makes the process easier, safer and offers a uniquely social experience — all from the comfort of your own vehicle or RV. A caravan is simply a group of people traveling in… Read more »
Hit the pause button on your busy life for a moment and just listen carefully for the calling. Do you hear it beckoning you ever so subtly? You’ve heard it before but didn’t pay much attention. But as time passes and the sounds turn from a quiet whisper turn to a noticeable growl, your wanderlust… Read more »
Something few people think about when planning a road trip to Mexico, especially for the first time, is the fact that they need Mexico liability insurance for their vehicle. Leaving for Mexico is a little more difficult than loading the car, gassing up and grabbing a map, but not much. Now that you know you… Read more »