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Online mexican insurance services. Why stop at the Border? Go to MexBound.comto get your FREE quote! Purchase then print out your Mexican Auto Insurance policy from your own computer before you leave your house! For your next trip South of the Border go with Mexbound.com, your online Mexico Insurance provider!
Four U.S. carriers provide full coverage in Mexico: Allstate, Farmers, State Farm and AAA, to a distance of 75 miles south of the border. Typically this means to and including Ensenada. However, Mexico does not recognize this coverage and the visitor must obtain the minimum liability and property damage coverage in order to avoid complications in the event of an accident. You can be detained if you do not have a policy recognized in Mexico at the time of an accident, even if your American policy will cover you.
Insurance can also be obtained for an occasional visit at one of many “Mexican Insurance” agencies located just north of the border at The San Ysidro Blvd freeway off ramp or can be purchased by more frequent visitors on a 30 days a year plan for much less than buying insurance for each visit at the border.
When leaving Rosarito Inn condominium suites, take a right on the main boulevard and head to the end of town. You will be travelling to where the free road and the toll road come together at the AM/PM market.
As you get to the AM/PM, your objective is going to be to end up on the toll road in the opposite direction. You can either go to the AM/PM on the road you started on as in the first picture and then try to make a U Turn in front of the oncoming traffic, or get onto the toll road just before the AM/PM and turn into the parking lot and cut across it.
Now that you are headed north onto the toll road, follow the signs to Tijuana to stay on the toll road and not end up getting right back into town.
Passports are required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from the United States via land as well as air or sea, regardless of destination. Nationals of countries other than the USA and Canada should verify requirements that apply to them with the Embassy of Mexico in their home countries, or with the website of the Mexican Embassy in the United States.
What generally happens when you arrive in Mexico from the USA and Canada is that you’re issued a tourist card, frequently referred to as an FMT. The cost of the travel card is typically included in the cost of your airline ticket. If you arrive in Mexico at one of the many USA/Mexico border crossings other procedures apply and you are required to obtain the FMT immediately after crossing into Mexico (ask one of the Mexican immigration/border control agents where you should do this).
If you plan to live and or work in Mexico