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
You need to obtain a Temporary Import Permit to drive a foreign-plated vehicle into Mexico. This article answers commonly-asked questions about a vehicle TIP
Mechanical breakdowns can happen to even the best maintained vehicles. Get practical tips for dealing with car breakdowns when you’re on a road trip in Mexico
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
When you drive your US or Canadian plated vehicle to Mexico, it must remain legally registered and insured in its home country
These are the most frequently-asked questions we receive about importing foreign-plated cars and other vehicles to Mexico—updated regularly
When you’re taking a road trip in Mexico, you often have a choice about which road to take: the freeway or the toll road or highway.
With up to five million people using Mexico City's Metro each day, it's not surprising that you come across all sorts of travelers using it
Information and tips about dealing with military checkpoints that you may encounter when you take a road trip across Mexico
Detailed articles packed with local knowledge and insights for anyone who intends to drive in or take a road trip across Mexico
When you're driving your car or taking a road trip across Mexico, eventually you'll need to use a service station. This article shares helpful tips for drivers.
Mexico's toll roads offer fast and efficient highway connections between major Mexican towns and cities. This article describes how to access and pay for them