Full Coverage Vs. Liability Car Insurance for Mexico

Posted April 11, 2019 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Before You Go, Driving to Mexico.

Mexican deserted roadway

If you’re driving to Mexico, you may want to envision pristine coastlines, epic Mayan ruins or lush rain forests along the way. What you shouldn’t have to do is worry about your car insurance coverage. To protect yourself financially and legally, get some answers and make some decisions before heading south. Specifically, what car insurance… Read more »

What Do I Need to Get a Mexican Car Insurance Policy?

Posted March 28, 2019 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico, Tips.

Driving on Mexico roadways

Whichever Mexico destinations you’re driving to, prepare to be stunned. Whether you encounter volcanoes or volcanic salsa, salt lakes or salty margaritas, peaks or canyons, archaeological sites or cosmopolitan resorts, a world of wonders awaits. And, with proof of Mexican car insurance and other travel documents, you should be good to go. Wait, you say:… Read more »

What Is Mexico Insurance?

Posted March 6, 2019 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico.

Umbrella over the country of Mexico

Mexico insurance can cover your vehicle, boat or watercraft, travel trailer, motorcycle, ATV/UTV and/or towed units while in Mexico. You may or may not know this, but your U.S. or Canadian insurance policy won’t cover you if you have an accident in Mexico, meaning you must have insurance from a Mexico domiciled insurer. Every year,… Read more »

Auto Insurance Is Now Mandatory on Mexican Federal Highways

Posted January 8, 2019 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico, Legal.

Pulled over by the Police

When you enter Mexico for a visit, vacation or extended stay, you should have your sunscreen, your camera and your auto insurance documentation. Why the auto insurance? Because the nation has a relatively new law on the books. Beginning January 1, 2019, all vehicles on its federal highways must be properly insured, and the penalties… Read more »