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…
Most travelers to Mexico know that they must have Mexican driving insurance to drive in Mexico; however, driving in certain areas of the country requires drivers to have a Mexican driving permit. Driving within twenty-five miles of the border as well as throughout the Baja Peninsula and permit-free locales like Rocky Point does not necessitate a permit. For those drivers planning longer excursions into the interior of the country to visit some of Mexico’s most extraordinary natural features, a permit must be procured from the Banco Nacional del Ejército Fuerza Aérea y Armada, or Banjercito as it is known.
Vehicle import permits: temporary (and permanent, for that matter) Import Permits for Mexico can be a confusing business. For this reason, it’s always a good idea to consult Mexico’s Banjercito website for updated information about legislation or even your Mexican insurance provider who may also be able to provide details about Temporary Import Permits for vehicles.