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Map Mexico. Detailed large map of Mexico. Road map of Mexico

Map Mexico. Detailed large map of Mexico. Road map of Mexico

Map Mexico. Detailed large map of Mexico. Road map of Mexico

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Driving in Mexico According to the U.S. Department of State, tourists traveling beyond the border zone must obtain a temporary import permit or risk having their car confiscated by Mexican customs officials. To acquire a permit, you must submit evidence of citizenship, title for the car, a car registration certificate, driver's license, and a processing fee to either a Banjercito (Mexican Army Bank) btanch located at a Mexican Customs office at the port of entry, or at one of the Mexican consulates in the U.S. Mexican law also requires posting a bond at a Banjercito office to guarantee departure of the car from Mexico within a period detetmined at the time of application. In order to recover this bond or avoid credit card charges, travelers must go to any Mexican Customs office immediately prior to departing Mexico. Carry proof of car ownership. Mexican law also requires that owners either drive their vehicles or be inside the vehicle when it is being driven.

Auto insurance policies, other than Mexican, are not valid in Mexico. A short-term liability policy is obtainable at the border. Tourist Cards Tourist cards are valid up to six months, require a fee, and are required for all persons, regardless of age, who are traveling in Mexico outside the 'botder zone.' Cards may be obtained from Mexican border authorities, Consuls of Mexico, or Federal Delegates in major cities. Cards are also distributed to passengers en route to Mexico by air. Fast Pass for Frequent Travelers For frequent travelers, it is possible to apply for a SENTRI card, which allows рге-screened, low-risk travelers to be processed with little or no delay at land border crossings. For additional information on traveling in Mexico, contact the Mexican Embassy in Washington, D.C.: (202) 736-1000