The US-Mexico land border remains closed to all but "essential crossings" until at least August 21st, 2021. This article lists the definitions of essential and non-essential crossings
Tipping is woven into the fabric of Mexican trading culture and appropriate in many everyday situations. This article helps you get acquainted with them
You need to obtain a Temporary Import Permit to drive a foreign-plated vehicle into Mexico. These FAQs explain what you need to know.
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 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
Some foreign residents discover that it's possible to live well in Mexico without owning a car. Whether you can depends on your lifestyle situation and your personal priorities
December is one of the busiest travel months of the year in Mexico, so forward planning makes good sense to make the most of the holiday season here
Drivers in Mexico enjoy an extensive infrastructure of roads and intercity highways.
September is the month when Mexico celebrates its Independence Day, although there will be no public gatherings to celebrate the event in 2020 due to Covid
Mexico has specific rules and procedures for the import of animals, including domestic pets.