While most road trips in Mexico are trouble-free, accidents do happen and this article describes what to do if you become involved in a road traffic accident
As you plan your road trip in Mexico, this article offers insights, local knowledge, and practical tips to help you prepare for a safe and enjoyable journey
Be properly insured when you drive your US or Canadian-plated car across the border into Mexico
A range of Mexico-related insurance services exist that can mitigate the effect and expense of unforeseen events and mishaps when you’re here
You need to obtain a Temporary Import Permit to drive a foreign-plated vehicle into Mexico. These FAQs explain what you need to know.
Connect to resources that help you get the coverage you need for auto, home, health, and travel insurance in Mexico
Drivers in Mexico enjoy an extensive infrastructure of roads and intercity highways.
Guide about how to insure yourself for travel, medical care, driving, and adventure activities in Mexico. Includes a buyer's guide with top tips for buying insurance coverage
Your non-Mexican auto insurance policy has no legal force in Mexico
No US or Canadian auto insurance policy provides the coverage you really need in Mexico—liability to third parties