How to Cross the Mexican Border With Children

Posted April 30, 2019 by & filed under Before You Go, Border Crossing, Children, Kids, Legal, Passport.

Kids Buried in Sand Mexico Beach

When you take children to Mexico, they’re in for a world of new experiences. The country’s cafes and street vendors will introduce them to culinary sensations: tamales, papayas, thick fruit drinks called licuados and many more. Water sports on the sea, hikes past rugged valleys and canyons, and treks through museums and mountain passes will… 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 »

Tips for Taking the Fast Track Through the Mexico Border

Posted June 20, 2017 by & filed under Border Crossing, Legal, Medical Tourism, Transportation.

Driving in Mexico

Crossing back into the USA from Mexico can be an ordeal at times. The process is more stringent than ever before, and some travelers are still experiencing unnecessary delays because of their failure to prepare in advance. If you’re planning to cross the Mexican border back into the United States, here are a few tips… Read more »

Taking Rental Cars to Mexico From the U.S.

Posted December 9, 2016 by & filed under Auto Insurance, Driving to Mexico, Legal.

Rental Car sign

Learn about the insurance and legal requirements involved in taking a rental car from the United States into Mexico. Driving to Mexico for a vacation allows you the convenience getting around easily. With a rental car, you can go to the market and pick up groceries, drive to the beaches and explore small villages. There… Read more »