Traveling to Mexico

Insurance

Travel Tips and General Information

LANGUAGE –

Spanish is the official language although English is widely understood. Mexican people welcome any attempt you make to speak their language. In and out of Mexico our special Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance agents speak both Spanish and English.

ROADS –

Most of the roads are in good condition, however, there is less shoulder and you may encounter a few potholes here and there that could cause damage to your vehicle, but by purchasing our Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance for travel to Mexico, you can avoid major hassles.

GAS –

Unleaded gas (Magna Sin) is plentiful. Premium unleaded is becoming more available, mostly in the larger cities. Leaded gas (Nova) has been phased out. Diesel fuel is also available. You free travel assistance with some Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance for travel to Mexico.

GREEN ANGELS –

Green Angels are bilingual mechanics that patrol the main highways and provide emergency road service and first aid. You can also purchase extra service cost coverage with your Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance for travel to Mexico.

Will my U.S. or Canadian insurance cover me in Mexico?

Policies from U.S. and all other non Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance for travel to Mexico from insurance companies with in the US are not considered “proof of financial responsibility” under Mexican law. This is why any U.S. policy must be accompanied by at least a liability-only Mexican car insurance and tourist automobile insurance for travel to Mexico from a Mexican insurance company.

DOCUMENTS

Proof of Citizenship -Everyone must have proof of citizenship: Birth Certificate or Passport (Voter registration cards may be accepted) and picture ID.

Car Permits – Vehicle Title or Registration. A valid driver’s license (with photo and same name as on Title), a credit card in the same name as on the Title (Visa, Master Card, Diners or American Express). Discover cards and Debit cards are not accepted. If your vehicle is financed, you must have a notarized letter of permission from the lien holder. If you do not have a credit card you can still enter Mexico by posting a bond. No borrowed vehicles or credit cards.

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Obtain a quote NOW! When purchased, we provide you with a coverage package endorsement available only with selective travel Mexican Auto and Watercraft Insurance providers in Mexico. To see a comparison between the Great American, GNP Deluxe, ABA/GMAC Plus and the ACE Platinum Package

NEW - Homeowner's Insurance now Available

Effective Immediately Assuremex now offers full coverage for your property (Single Family Home, Townhouse, Condo) in Mexico. This is strictly available in Mexico.

Home Insurance Comparison:

  • All Risks included vs Named Perils
  • All Replacement Costs
  • Theft Coverage
  • Personal Liability
  • Natural Disaster
    • Catastrophic Perils
    • Earthquake and Volcanic Disasters
    • Earthquake and Volcanic Disasters
    • Tidal Wave
  • Medical Payments

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October 2, 2012

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July 18, 2012

International Insurance Group, Inc. (IIG) announced today that it has recently hit the one-million mark of vehicles insured in Mexico. For over ten years, IIG has provided top quality insurance for US and Canadian residents who drive to Mexico.