GEICO Mexico insurance offers daily, six-month and annual policies to accommodate tourists and other visitors who plan to drive in Mexico. The U.S. government recommends that American drivers carry $300,000 of liability coverage, based on Mexican liability laws. GEICO also offers optional coverage for physical damage, vandalism, theft, medical payments, and even roadside assistance.
GEICO Mexico insurance is important if you plan to drive your car, RV or motorcycle in Mexico because your U.S. auto insurance policy is not recognized there. Mexico requires Mexican liability auto insurance for all drivers in the country. Mexico insurance policies sold by GEICO are insured by well-rated Mexican insurance companies, like Grupo Nacional Provincial, El Aguila, and ACE Seguros.
GEICO Mexico auto insurance can also cover ATVs, UTVs (utility task vehicles), or personal watercraft, with a higher deductible. If you own a sail boat, power boat or yacht, GEICO Mexico watercraft liability insurance is available.
GEICO’s premiums for Mexico insurance are comparable to those available through most major American auto insurers. You can get a free quote for GEICO Mexico insurance through GEICO’s website. Sales representatives also are available to answer questions 7:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday at (888) 713-3312.
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