Category Archives: Mexican Insurance Tips & Tricks

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

Hit and Run Mexico

Hit and Run Mexico

Being involved in a car crash is bad enough, but having the other driver flee the scene is even worse. Worst of all is being involved in a hit-and-run crash while on vacation in Mexico. Continue Reading

Understanding Mexico Vehicle Permits

Understanding Mexico Vehicle Permits  Travelers to Mexico must procure Mexican auto insurance in order to drive in the country of Mexico. If you plan to drive in certain areas–or beyond a certain distance from the border, travelers will also need a Mexican vehicle permit. This permit is from Banco Nacional del Ejército Fuerza Aérea y… Continue Reading

Tips for Tourists In Mexico

Tips for Tourists In Mexico

Keep Valuables Hidden In case you plan on bringing jewelry, electronics, cameras, money, or anything else of significant monetary value, make sure to keep it hidden out of plain sight. Many parts of Mexico are not dangerous for tourists, but you will still risk making yourself an easy target for thieves if you make it… Continue Reading

Is It Safe to Travel in Mexico?

Is It Safe to Travel in Mexico?

Due to the recent warning regard travel in Mexico, many people are wondering if it’s safe to take trips past our southern border in 2019. Despite the easy access, unbeatable coastal vistas, mysterious and intriguing ancient ruins, and quaint colonial towns – Mexico has earned a sour reputation as a country rife with crime and… 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

Fast Border Crossing with Sentri

Border Crossing with Sentri – several crossings along the U.S. and Mexican border now allow pre-approved travelers a fast track back to the U.S.  By registering for Sentri cards or other quick-pass identification cards, travelers can use the Ready Lanes to speed up the customs and crossing process.  For frequent travelers to Mexico, this is… Continue Reading

Toll Roads in Mexico

If you are new to driving in Mexico, you may not be aware of what a huge change that advent of toll roads in Mexico made to driving tourism. I was driving around before there were toll roads and am still around. I and a lot of old-timers have mixed emotions about the toll roads.… Continue Reading

Driving in Mexico: Speeding Ticket

Online Mexican Insurance and Mail In Mexican Tickets- you’re covered! Bilingual mail in tickets from Rosarito are the new way of curbing police bribes of tourists. Mayor Hugo Torres is taking this very seriously and willing to “roll out the red carpet for tourists”. Continue Reading