IIG works directly with the most reliable insurance companies to provide coverage for cars, trucks, motorcycles, RVs, ATVs, UTVs, travel trailers, and more, at rates you can afford. All companies they work with have at least an “A” rating from A.M. Best, meaning they have the financial stability needed to pay claims and protect their customers.
A typical Mexican auto insurance policy might include:
- Liability limits of up to $500,000
- Property damage and theft coverage
- Guaranteed legal and bond assistance, which assists you with the cost of legal assistance in certain covered situations
- The option to repair your vehicle in Mexico or the U.S.
- Fixed deductibles
- Uninsured motorist coverage
- Gap coverage
- Medical expense payments
- Roadside assistance
How much auto protection do you need in Mexico?
The most important coverage to secure is personal liability protection — which, again, is required to legally drive in Mexico.
If a driver doesn't have liability coverage, and is held responsible for damages or injuries following an accident, they could be detained by Mexican authorities until they can prove their ability to cover the costs.
Luckily, a policy through IIG not only helps you meet the minimum liability to drive in Mexico, but it could also help you through the legal process in the wake of a covered incident.
That said, consider buying the highest coverage limits you can comfortably afford — especially given the unfamiliar and potentially hazardous driving conditions.
What you need to get a Mexico car insurance policy
It's helpful to have the following details at your fingertips before getting your quote:
- Dates you'll be traveling in Mexico
- Where in Mexico you'll be traveling
- Make, model, year, and current market value for the vehicle
- Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
- License plate number
- U.S. insurance policy number