You need to obtain a Temporary Import Permit to drive a foreign-plated vehicle into Mexico. These FAQs explain what you need to know.
Drivers in Mexico enjoy an extensive infrastructure of roads and intercity highways.
The Mexico-US land border remains closed to all but "essential crossings" until at least November 21st. This article lists the definitions of essential and non-essential crossings
The US-Mexico land border is the world’s busiest land crossing. Data reveal the colossal volume —and types— of crossings traversing the land border each year
Your non-Mexican auto insurance policy has no legal force in Mexico
Spanish offers a potpourri of different terms to describe paths, streets, roads, and highways
The most frequently-asked questions we receive in relation to Mexico immigration and visas—updated regularly
Some foreign residents discover that it's possible to live well in Mexico without owning a car
No US or Canadian auto insurance policy provides the coverage you really need in Mexico—liability to third parties
A vehicle must remain legally registered in its home country when you drive it to Mexico