XBorderAuto Provides the Legal Protection and Coverage You Need to Drive in Mexico.
We know that driving to Mexico is an exciting adventure and we want you to stay safe. So, we’re equipping you with the knowledge you need for your journey. Here are the answers to our most often asked questions about driving to Mexico. If you have any further questions, we are always happy to answer them, get in touch: email@example.com. Remember, to get your Mexican auto insurance quote and buy your insurance policy before you travel.
Driving to Mexico with your pets is a great idea and with the right documents it will be a breeze! Here’s what you need to know:
When you return from your holiday your pet will unlikely need to get quarantined unless:
A Forma Migratoria Multiple (FMM) is essentially a Mexican tourist card and is very similar to a tourist visa. If you are staying in Mexico for more than 72 hours or traveling further than the “border zone” then you will most likely need to buy a Mexican Tourist Card/FMM.
If you need an FMM card you can get one at the border crossing for around $24 per person there are also websites that you can purchase your tourist card from.
Ensure that a Mexican official stamps your FMM card and then keep it safe for the duration of your vacation in Mexico. Remember to write down your FMM number somewhere just in case your card gets misplaced.
Get the Most Out of Your Adventure!
Our team know that driving to Mexico is an adventure! They’ve been there and done it to bring you the best places to visit, top tips on staying safe and essential knowledge to make driving in Mexico a breeze. Our well researched travel tips are all in one handy place and are designed to ensure that you get the most out of your Mexico adventure.
We reveal our favourite beaches, incredible historical attractions, amazing nature reserves and interesting facts about Mexico to keep everyone excited on your drive to Mexico.
Discover the best places to visit and arm yourself with essential information with our top Travel Tips.
You must get Mexican Auto Insurance before driving your vehicle in Mexico.
Complete our simple online form to get a quote and buy your insurance policy before you drive to Mexico. Get in touch if you have any questions or need more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have an accident first check that everyone is safe. You must then immediately report the incident.
Report your claim to ANA Seguros. Call 01-800-911-911-9 and if is possible report the incident to the Mexican Authorities.
In case you get involved in an accident try to remain calm. Remember that you and other occupants of the vehicle are the most important. Have confidence that you are well protected by your Mexican vehicle insurance.
Please keep your policy available at all times when reporting the incident. You will speak to a bilingual operator who will ask you essential information.
FAILING TO REPORT A CLAIM BEFORE YOU LEAVE MEXICO, MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHT TO BE INDEMNIFIED ACCORDING TO THE CONDITIONS OF YOUR POLICY. THE COMPANY MAY HAVE THE RIGHT TO DENY COVERAGE.