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Chula Vista History

Chula Vista History

History of Chula Vista From open ranches that extended as far as the eye could see to a bustling multicultural city with all the trappings of the modern world. Chula Vista’s history is full of exciting tales of war, love, adventure, and entrepreneurship. Keep reading below to understand how this once isolated no man’s land… Continue Reading

Discover Puebla Ciudad, Puebla

Puebla is the largest city and the capital of the Mexican state Puebla. It also has a very important history in terms of Spanish colonialism. History of Puebla Ciudad With the city dating back all the way to 1531, it predates almost every city inside of the United States. Puebla became a city just 39… Continue Reading

Cash in Mexico

Cash in Mexico

Many travelers are concerned about carrying a substantial amount of cash on them no matter where they’re traveling. Carrying too much cash can make them feel like a target. Continue Reading

Difference between U.S. and Mexico Insurance

Difference between U.S. and Mexico Insurance

Is Mexico Insurance (“mexinsurance“) better insurance than what is available in the U.S.? Alternatively, does the U.S. have better Insurance than Mexico? Statistics reveal a worrying trend of Americans taking advantage of Mexico health care system. Is it that Mexico has a better health care system than the U.S.? While this may leave more questions… Continue Reading

Rosarito Sewage

Rosarito Sewage

Rosarito dumps more than 20 million gallons of raw sewage into the ocean every day. Several local news outlets have reported this story which includes drone footage of the massive amounts of raw sewage pouring into the ocean at Rosarito. Continue Reading

Time Zones for Daily Coverage

Time Zones for Daily Coverage

Daily Insurance Time Zone Support When you purchase daily Mexican Insurance, “mexinsurance,” you are buying 24-hour blocks, and you have the option to purchase as many days as you want.  You choose when to start, and it will end 24 hours (or however many days you select) later at the same time. As a California… Continue Reading

Towing in Mexico

Towing in Mexico

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Here are some important things to note when you tow your boat, trailer, another car, utility trailer or ATV down to Mexico:

1. You MUST identify the towed unit when trailering in Mexico. When you add weight to the rear of your automobile it changes the operating dynamic and risk. Failure to tow behind an insured vehicle without listing … Continue Reading

From Canada to Mexico

From Canada to Mexico

There is a natural draw from Canada to Mexico.  So, what do Canadians need to consider before taking the trip across both borders into the land of Sun and Relaxation?  How can a Canadian prepare themselves properly to ensure a relaxing trip? Here are the requirements:  Passport.  Before you cross into Mexico – make you… Continue Reading

Driving Your Diesel to Mexico?

Driving Your Diesel to Mexico?

When driving a Diesel powered vehicle into Mexico make considerations. If you have the newer diesel engines that require low sulfur (Diesel 2) then check this locator for up-to-date Diesel 2 stations throughout Mexico. Also in this article we explain the differences and show what signs to look for at the Pemex gas stations. Continue Reading