Information About Auto Insurance Policies in Mexico
What you need to know about auto insurance policies for Mexico.
Mexican law requires that you purchase a Mexican auto tourist policy to legally drive in the country. You're in luck! The GEICO Insurance Agency can help you get affordable insurance in Mexico. So whether you need a policy for a few days, 6 months, or a year, we can help you get the coverage you need. Mexican auto policies can provide coverage for liability, roadside assistance, property damage, theft, and more.
To get a Mexico auto insurance quote we'll need a few details:
- When and where you'll be traveling in Mexico
- What type of vehicle you need insured
- How long you'll be in Mexico
Don't get stranded in a foreign country without the right protection. Get a free quote, review your policy details, and purchase online today!
You can customize your Mexico auto insurance policy.
Get a quote, choose the policy that's right for you, and buy online. Mexico car insurance is competitively priced, with standard or extended coverage options—including physical damage, liability, vandalism, partial theft, medical payments, and even roadside assistance.
All policies are insured by highly rated Mexican insurance companies, like Grupo Nacional Provincial and El Aguila Compañía de Seguros, and are issued by a fully-licensed U.S. Insurance Broker, International Insurance Group, Inc. who successfully issues over 100,000 Mexico auto policies each year.
Coverage is also available for your watercraft.
Hitting the water after the highway? Coverage is available in Mexico for your sail boat, power boat, yacht, or personal watercraft. Just quote, purchase, and print!
The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative and to read your policy contract to fully understand your coverages.