Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur

Periferico Sur 5530 Colonia Pedregal de Carrasco, Mexico City, Central Mexico, 04700, Mexico
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Mexican Car Insurance

by KimberlyAnn

We are planning on spending 3 weeks or more in Organ Pipe National Monument USA. This sits on the boarder of Mexico and has a couple of towns where we want to drive to for fresh seafood and breads. Last time we were there we were taken into town by a fellow camper. This time we are on our own. Can anyone recommend Meican Insurance for our truck that is trustworthy and can be purchased by the week or month? Thanks.

Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by MexTraveler


Not really answering your question since I've never had a claim with the underwriters that specialize on insurance for foreign cars and can't tell which one is good or bad.

I usually buy the insurance crossing the border at the same place where you get the temporary import permit for the car. They have couple insurance places on the spot and I just pick one of them.

Next time I drive I'll buy my insurance online at for convenience. It was recommended to me by a friend just to save the time at the border and aparently has better prices.

On either case you can buy it by the day, seek or month.

Re: Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by KimberlyAnn

Thanks, now you have brought up another question. Last time we drove into Mexico, which was quite a few years ago, all we needed was a one day auto insurance. What is the temporary import permit for the car? Do you just get this at the boarder befroe passing over?

Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by MexTraveler

The temporary import permit is necessary when you go beyond the border strip (about 20 miles wide along the US border). This permit is not needed when staying with-in this strip.

To get the import permit you have to register your car at the module for this purpose. You'll need proof of ownership for the vehicle (tittle or dealers invoice).

Also you need to pay with a credit card, if the car is not returned to the US within the following six months you'll be fined $300US and that will go against your credit card. If you deceide not to pay with a card, you'll have to deposit $300 cash and you'll get that back at your return. You'll have to pay aprox 10 US for the permit.

On your way back to the US, stop at the same place and get proof of return, so you don;t get charged for the 300US

Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by MexTraveler

The location of the module for vehicles registration is beyond the first crossing point.

Typically you have a toll booth, and inspection module. Past that you'll find the import module; depending on the city the temporary import may not be at the same spot, but ask the inspection agents and they'll direct you to the place.

Re: Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by KimberlyAnn

Thanks, this has been helpful.

Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by MonoBichi

I really like and recommend International Gateway. You can buy from them online. Very reliable and trustworthy outfit.

Re: Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by KimberlyAnn

Thanks for your suggestion.

Re: Mexican Car Insurance

by SenoraSusan

If you are planning on going to Puerto Penasco (Rocky Point) no car permits are required. It is in the Free zone. But yes, buy insurance online ahead of time or one of the many insurance places along the way.
Have a good trip.

Travel Tips for México

What a big BIG town!!!

by SrdjanJovanovic

"Easy to get lost"

The best view is from airplane as it fly over the town.From there you can see 28 milion people (I dont know official number,this is tourist information).Near the town - in that town 100 km is near - are the biggest pyramides - Teotihuacan.You must see that and climb on the top of them - Pyramid of the Sun,and Pyramid of the moon.
In Mexico D.F. you should see Sokalo - main square.Near it there is a market,and it is very big,like everything in this town.
On this picture you can see Pyramid of the sun.

"Bienvenidos a Mexico"

Enter with me in the biggest town in the world

I think this is picture that you can not find in the rest of the world


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You can get a free map of the tourist areas at at least two places:
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Corner of 'Londres' and 'Amreres'.
CENTRO HISTORICO - There's a tourist stand in the ZOCOLO square.
Mexico has the biggest national flag in the ZOCOLO I've seen of any country.
Lonely Planet has a guide just for Mexico City, which is pretty good; the most recent edition is 2000, so the prices have changed slightly...

"Not very nice"

Okay, so I heard at some big soccer games, as part of the entertainment, the camera will zoom in on women, thus projecting them onto a screen for everyone in the stadium to see.
First a pretty woman, and everyone cheers. Next, a less attractive woman, and everyone boos, and laughs.
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A Short Trip To The Capital City

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"Free Day in Mexico City"

October 17, 1993 - While in Apizaco Cast B had a Free Day in the capitol city. Since our time was limited we had to choose what we were going to do carefully. This group branched off from the rest and visited the ruins being excavated in the main plaza. By my count there are people from 8 different countries in this picture. Top Row (left to right) Claudia (Switzerland), Marc (Quebec), Anne-Marie (Norway), Megan & Laura (Canada), Dorte, Jorgen, Kicki (Denmark), Stavi (Greece), Kim (Germany). Bottom Row (left to right) Denise (Canada), Me, Marianne (Denmark), Caroline (Wisconsin), Christine (New York State), Sharon (Massachusetts). More on this site trip coming later...


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 Fiesta Inn Periferico Sur

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Address: Periferico Sur 5530 Colonia Pedregal de Carrasco, Mexico City, Central Mexico, 04700, Mexico