Canadian and American Vehicle insurance doesn’t work in Mexico. While insurance is not mandatory – you would be crazy to risk going without. Mexican insurance can be purchased before you leave or at the border. More »
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By Bill and Dorothy Bell…over 25 years of road travel in Mexico
MEXICO – On The Road In provides a comprehensive Mexico travel guide for those who want to drive by car, RV, camp and drive throughout the Baja, Pacific, Gulf Coast, and Yucatan Mexico.
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Go here to answer your questions. All you need to know about border crossings, paperwork, what to bring and all the nitty gritty details you want to make sure you know before taking the ultimate road trip through the enchanting land of Mexico.
It provides the user with easy and free access to over 400 RV, trailer parks, and camping sites and many of the country’s finest golf courses and hotels through interactive maps.
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Buy your Vehicle Insurance from Someone You Can Trust….Not a neon sign at the side of the highway
Many people buy their vehicle insurance just before they enter Mexico. And while it might work for them, it could mean a major problem if they get into an accident. Who was that agent?
Bill and Dorothy Bell are known experts in Mexico. You have probably visited one of their acclaimed websites or heard them on radio or in the news. They are folks you can trust for solid advice and have been for 25 years.
Many thousands of snowbirds make their way annually from Canada and the US to Mexico. Many RV and many more drive to warmer destinations and sunnier climates. Some of those travelers are nervous with reports about drug cartels and have opted to stay home while others just “couldn’t” winter in any other destination.Mexico road travel experts Bill and Dot Bell have been driving extensively in Mexico for 25 years and offer plenty of advice to make your road trip safer and easier. They also offer a match-making service, Travel Buddies, for people who want to drive together for security and companionship.
“For safety’s sake we suggest drivers read up on the basics for Mexican driving. Don’t drive at night. Get out of border areas as soon as possible. Start your drive days early,” says Dot Bell. “Informed travelers are safer drivers.”The Bells started the Travel Buddy service for Mexico road travelers six years ago and is free. It lists newbies, caravans as well as experienced drivers that enjoy showing new travelers the roads. “We are pleased that there are drivers that just want to share Mexico with others. It is an amazingly beautiful and diverse country,” says Bell. “Travel Buddies helps build skills and gives confidence to others.”To sign up for the Free Travel Buddy service, simply join Facebook and Go Here This FB board is to facilitate that travel. Please post an entry answering the following 6 questions:1) Name and a contact email2) Border you intend to cross3) Date you intend to cross4) What is your destination5) Departure City6) Any comments.Also make sure you get the valuable information on the Facebook Page called On the Road in Mexico (Go Here) You will get lots of useful information! Master Mexico Travelers mingle and give tips to newbies…Others post road conditions to help others that follow.Bill and Dorothy Bell were given the “Real Heroes of Mexico” honor. They have been writing and traveling the country for over 25 years and have visited all 31 Mexican States over a dozen times each.