Who Are Mexico’s Green Angels? Roadside/ Emergency Assistance

Posted June 14, 2016 by & filed under Driving to Mexico, Road Conditions, Safety, Tourism.

Green Angels Logo

Most folks know what Roadside Assistance is…but what about while you are in Mexico? Well, in Mexico, roadside assistance is offered by the Ángeles Verdes, or Green Angels as they are known to English speakers. They travel Mexican Federal Highways looking for and providing medical and mechanical assistance to those in need, no matter your… 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 »

Mexico Ecotourism

Posted February 12, 2014 by & filed under Activities, Destinations, Tourism.

Mexico Agave

Mexico vacation opportunities Mexico is chock-full vacation opportunities. With 5800 miles of coastline in Mexico, there is an abundance of sandy beaches to explore. The climate varies from temperate to tropical, making it a very popular destination for “snow-birds” from Canada and the United States. For those who like to take a look back in… Read more »

Parras, Coahuila: America’s First Vineyard

Posted June 12, 2013 by & filed under Al Barrus, Coahuila, Destinations, Pueblos Magicos, Tourism, Wine.

Estanque de La Luz © Al Barrus

When I think of American vineyards, Napa Valley is the place that comes to mind. However, I recently discovered that here in my home state of Coahuila in northeast Mexico, resides the oldest winery in the Americas. And it’s just a couple hours west of where I live in Saltillo. The decision to make the… Read more »