Tips for Taking the Fast Track Through the Mexico Border

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

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 »

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 City tackles population, commuting and air quality

Posted September 8, 2012 by & filed under Mexico City, Transportation.

This short (3 minute) video is a promotional video produced by Mexico City administrators in 2010. It refers only to the Federal District (México D.F.), and not to the entire Mexico City Metropolitan Area (which also includes parts of adjoining states). The video highlights some of the challenges facing Mexico City’s decision makers. It uses… Read more »

Should airport shooting scare travelers?

Posted July 4, 2012 by & filed under Mexico City, Safety, Transportation.

Travelers wouldn’t fly through the Mexico City airport to get to popular locations such as Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan or Puerto Vallarta, said Braly, owner of Now Voyager Travel in Huntington Beach, California. “My personal experience is that every place I send people in Mexico, there’s never been a problem.” Journey Mexico founder and owner… Read more »