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U.S. consulate info for traveling in Mexico by car. Mexico consualte info for Mexico drivers in U.S. Canadian consulate info for driving in Mexico by car. Important Mexico info for traveling in Mexico by car with Mexican auto insurance.

Mexico Informative Links

For your convenience, we've added various links to some of the most informative sites on Mexico.
Important Web Sites
Banjercito - This link takes you to the Banjercito web site home page, where you can fill out on online application for your Vehicle Permit and even receive it by mail.
Peso Exchange - is simple to use, and always up-to-date.
Weather - This web site has up-to-the-minute temperatures for all of Mexico. Visit their site again just before you leave on your trip to Mexico.
Web Page Translation - Since many of the Mexico web sites do not have English versions we've included this translation site. Once you have the address of the web site you care to have translated, select this link and type the web address (of the site you want translated) into any of the open fields under the "Translate a Web Page" heading. (Alta Vista seems to work best.) Select "from Spanish to English" in the drop down menu and then click "GO". Note: This is a computer translation of the original webpage. It is provided for general information only and should not be regarded as complete nor accurate.
Government / Government Travel Sites
Mexico Roads & Bridges - The Caminos Y Puentes web site give you all the current toll charges for Mexicos highways and bridges. They usually have reports on current road conditions in their Spanish version site. On occasion, they will translate them to their English site too.
Visit - This site belongs to the Mexico Board of Tourism. This web site is filled with important links and phone numbers.
U.S. Customs - This web site covers everything that goes on along the border, from Homeland Security to border waiting times.
Passport Card - Latest information on the passport card. The passport card facilitates entry and expedites document processing at U.S. land and sea ports-of-entry when arriving from Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and Bermuda.