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Mexican Auto Insurance
Driving uninsured in Mexico can lead to problematic situations arising in the event of a mishap. In the event of a serious car accident, the drivers involved will be arrested pending investigations, even those not at fault. A complex legal process will thus ensue, and if you are not adequately insured, you will have to raise your own bail bond; and if you are judged to be at fault, you will be personally liable to third parties, including payment for any damaged road infrastructure. Having an adequate insurance policy in place will settle your third party liabilities, and better policies will also provide legal counsel and bail bond payment as part of the coverage’s.
The process of choosing an insurance policy for driving in Mexico that suits your needs is made simple and straightforward by online quotation systems which capture key information about your vehicle and requirements, and provide a live price quote. Insurance coverage can be arranged instantly and, in the event you need to make a claim, you will be able to dial a toll-free number and talk with English speaking staff.
The most important consideration when choosing your policy is not the brokerage firm that supplies it, or the fees; it is the insurance company that underwrites your coverage. Less expensive policies might appear good value for money on the surface – but in the event of a claim, a cheaper policy could reveal its limitations. The key is to strike a balance, finding a policy that serves your personal needs, and which is backed by a solid underwriter. Good insurance brokers will offer policies underwritten by reputable and established insurers.
Merge onto I-10 W traveling to AZ-85 S. (Roughly 30 Miles). Take exit 112 to Gila Bend.
toward I-8/Yuma/San Diego, through the outskirts of Buckeye to Gila Bend. Continue South on SR 85 from Ajo to the border at Lukeville, AZ. Once across the border you will continue South into Sonoita, The speed limit here is fairly slow 20km (15 Mph) so be careful. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left . About 1 block South the road will split into a “Y”. Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point. Once on the turn off you have about 60 miles to Rocky point.
ake W. AJO WAY/AZ-86 W to “Why AZ.” (Roughly 118 miles). Turn Left onto S. SONOITA Hwy/AZ-85. Continue to follow AZ-85. to the border at Lukeville, AZ (27 Miles). Once across the border you will continue South into Sonoita, The speed limit here is fairly slow 20km (15 Mph) so be careful. About 2 miles from the border you will come to a three way intersection. Stay to the left . About 1 block South of there the road will split into a “Y”. Stay to the right and you will be on the road to Rocky Point.