How to Prepare for a Mexico Road Trip…

Posted May 28, 2014 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico, Maps, Tips, Travel Medical Insurance.

Pre-trip tune up and preventative maintenance Having a full tank of gas before hitting the road for Mexico is essential, but it is just as important to make sure all of the vehicle’s other fluids are properly topped-off. Be sure to check all vital fluids, including; engine oil, transmission fluid, antifreeze/coolant, brake fluid, power steering… Read more »

Mexico Shopping Excursions

Posted May 12, 2014 by & filed under Driving to Mexico, Safety, Shopping.

Shopping Across the Border Having grown up in Southern Arizona near the Mexico border, cross-border shopping trips have long been one of my favorite ways to while away the day. My family, friends and I all have many fond memories from numerous day trips we have taken across the border into Mexico, to stroll around… Read more »

Is your agent truly serving all of your insurance customer needs?

Posted April 8, 2014 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico.

Does your insurance agent advertise that they are capable of “serving all of your insurance needs?” A very common advertising slogan used by numerous insurance agencies all across the U.S. is “serving all of your insurance needs.” As a National Agency Producer, for International Insurance Group, Inc. and mexicoinsuranceonline.com, I routinely call and speak with… Read more »

2013 Mexico Tourist Auto Insurer Rankings

Posted April 2, 2014 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico, Tourism, Transportation.

Every year Mexpro releases Mexico Auto Insurance statistics, based on the Association of Mexico Insurance Institutions (AMIS) Tourist Auto Insurer results. And we’ve just released the 2013 results. Last year we saw an $8 million increase in insurance premiums, compared with 2012; meaning most Americans and Canadians were driving to Mexico. Total growth in the… Read more »