This free eBook is a comprehensive guide that helps you to plan and prepare for safe and enjoyable driving and road trips in Mexico
These are the most frequently-asked questions we receive about importing foreign-plated cars and other vehicles to Mexico—updated regularly
This article describes the rules and procedures and key points you need to know when you plan to bring your foreign-plated car to Mexico
Spanish offers a potpourri of different terms to describe paths, streets, roads, and highways. This article provides a practical primer to help you get around
The two busiest times of the year for travel in Mexico are during Christmas and New Year, and Holy Week—that begins on the weekend of Palm Sunday
You need to obtain a Temporary Import Permit to drive a foreign-plated vehicle into Mexico. These FAQs explain what you need to know.
Learn about driving on toll roads in Mexico, including how to identify and access them, driving on them, and how to pay for tolls
A free, practical handbook for anyone who intends to drive in Mexico, whether you bring your car, rent, or live here and own a car
When you drive your car to Mexico, travel with complete peace of mind, by being properly insured. This guide explains how.
Mexico has specific rules and procedures for the import of animals, including domestic pets, whether you are visiting Mexico or staying for a longer term
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
Some foreign residents live well in Mexico without owning a car. Whether you can depends on your lifestyle situations and your personal priorities