what if you want to drive a Mexican-registered car in the United States? Or, what if you are in Mexico and you want to drive a U.S. car? The answer depends on where you are LICENSED.
Do you have insurance in U.S. or Canada and Mexico at the same time? This article might help.
Some people still prefer to buy cars, groceries, or clothing in person. Online shopping has its conveniences, but they still like to get out in the world to do their shopping.
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.
The Mexican Free Zone designed to attract tourists. Formerly the “hassle-free” or “liberated area” – officially it is called the “Free Trade Zone.”
Roadside assistance in Mexico is essential for tourists. It’s free here with every policy sold.
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.
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 […]
We might take driving for granted in our home country, so here are some tips to driving in Mexico. The tips below might save your life.
The U.S. Department of State updated the Travel Advisory for Mexico on September 8, 2020. Reconsider travel to Mexico due to COVID-19. Exercise increased caution in Mexico due to crime and kidnapping. Some areas have increased risk. Read the entire Travel Advisory. Mexico has lifted stay-at-home orders in some areas and resumed some transportation and business […]
“Mexico” Mike Nelson is one of the most informed tourists in all of Mexico. For over 50 years he has analyzed every road, published and unpublished for the benefit of his members. From his personal blog you can get trip advice and personalized maps with handy first hand advice from a professional Mexico traveller.
The boom in Mexico’s toll road construction was 1989-1994. Fifty-two concessions were awarded to private contractors to build new roads covering about 5,000
The Green Angels are heroes in Mexico to tourists broken down on the road. But where did they come from?