Before you start your road trip to Mexico, make sure you have auto insurance that covers you in Mexico. The law in Mexico requires that you purchase car insurance from an insurer licensed to provide coverage in Mexico — this means your U.S. coverage is not acceptable liability insurance. Fortunately, you can drive protected with Sun Coast Mexico Insurance by Mapfre Tepeyac. You can easily choose a level of coverage that's right for you, and our daily or annual terms are perfect for a day trip or extended vacation.
When shopping for Mexico auto insurance, you can customize the policy based on your travel plans and coverage required.
For short or extended trips, you can get daily or annual rates.
These coverage come standard with your policy.
Get the liability protection you'll need to be compliant, or to cover your assets.
On your way to the border? Give us a call and we can get you covered before you cross the border.
Price is only one reason why Sun Coast a good choice for Mexico Auto insurance. We also make shopping, owning, and servicing your policy easy.
Mapfre Tepeyac is there for you. If you have a claim while in Mexico, give them a call 24/7/365 and they will be there to assist you.
Most policies can be made available very quickly, letting you get on the road. Some of our carries will provide a discount to your U.S. insurance if you purchase a Sun Coast Mexico policy.
Mapfre Tepeyac provides Sun Coast with discounted rates for our customers. Get a quote from Sun Coast and see how much you can save on your Mexico insurance.
Almost all vehicles that you would drive across the border recreationally can be insured with Sun Coast. Below are the most common types:
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When you're driving in Mexico, and the unexpected happens, don't fret if you have Sun Coast protection offered through Mapfre. Mapfre will be there to help you throughout the entire claims process. Immediately call the toll-free number on your certificate and help will be on the way. An adjustor will begin the claim process and help you get back on the road.
It's very important to remember before you cross the border, you will need a few documents to prove that you own your car and have permission to travel through Mexico with it. Make sure you bring all the following with you:
Proof of car ownership: A copy of your vehicle's title or vehicle registration should work.
Your driver's license: Your U.S. driver's license will be accepted and is also required to purchase Mexico auto insurance.
Lienholder/leasing documentation: If you're financing your car, you'll need an affidavit from your lienholder permitting you to import it. If you're leasing your car, you'll just need a copy of your contract.
Liability insurance: Basic liability coverage is required for all tourists driving into Mexico — get a quote now and cross this one off your checklist today.
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