Get a Mexico Car Insurance Policy With GEICO
Your US auto insurance policy won't cover your car if you drive into Mexico. To have coverage while driving in Mexico, you need to buy a separate Mexico tourist auto policy.
Mexico car insurance is competitively priced and offers customizable short-term or extended coverage options-including physical damage, liability, vandalism, partial theft, medical payments, and even roadside assistance.
The GEICO Insurance Agency can help you get affordable car insurance for Mexico visits. Get a quote, choose the policy that's right for you, and buy online.
Why buy Mexico car insurance?
Are you traveling for the weekend, an RVer, or staying longer? GEICO can help you get a Mexico auto insurance policy that's right for you.
Flexible options include:
- Daily policies
- 6 month policies
- Annual policies
What you need to get a Mexico car insurance policy.
It's helpful to have the following information handy before starting your Mexican car insurance quote:
- Dates you'll be traveling in Mexico
- Where in Mexico you'll be traveling
- US auto insurance policy number
If you're driving your personal vehicle:
- Make, model, year, and current market value for the vehicle
- Vehicle identification number (VIN)
- License plate number
Reliable Mexico Car Insurance
We secure policies by working with highly rated Mexican insurance companies like Grupo Nacional Provincial and El Aguila Compania de Seguros. These Mexico insurance policies are issued by a fully-licensed US Insurance Broker, International Insurance Group, Inc. who issues over 100,000 Mexico auto policies each year.
Insuring a Rental Car in Mexico
Getting rental car insurance in Mexico may be a bit hard. Don't worry. We're here to help you get prepared.
Mexican Car Insurance Through the Rental Company
If you rent a car in Mexico, start by asking the rental agency. In most cases, you can get car insurance through them. Since most US auto insurers only insure rentals with US license plates, getting coverage through the Mexican rental agency is usually the only option.
Renting a vehicle in the US and driving it into Mexico is a different story. Not all rental companies allow drivers to take their cars into Mexico. You should check with the rental location first. Some rental companies only allow travel to Mexico from certain areas. You may also be charged an additional fee and or may be required to purchase insurance through them.
Mexican Car Insurance Through Your Credit Card Company
Did you know that Visa®, MasterCard®, American Express®, Discover®, and other card companies provide rental car coverage?
Before you book your rental car, call the number on the back of your credit card. If you book the rental with that card, your card company might offer insurance coverage.
Some companies have additional requirements or don't provide liability insurance, so confirm the details with your card company.
Roadside Assistance in Mexico
Roadside assistance is available with your Mexico auto policy, including towing, flat tire repair, fuel delivery, and more. Help is just a call away 24 hours a day in both English and Spanish.
Need to speak with us?
You can reach us at (888) 713-3312.
Mon - Sat7:00 AM - 7:00 PM (ET)
Mexico Insurance: Get the answers you're looking for.
What does Mexico car insurance offer?In general, Mexico car insurance has coverages similar to your GEICO Auto Insurance:
- Physical damage for damages to your vehicle
- Liability damage for damages to other people's vehicles, property, and/or injuries
- Partial theft
- Medical payments for injuries to you
- Roadside assistance
Do you have more information about Mexico auto insurance?For additional information about Mexico car insurance please visit our Mexico car insurance information page.
Does GEICO provide car insurance in other countries?We do! Please visit our international car insurance page to learn about all the coverages we offer to our customers heading to other countries.
The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative and to read your policy contract to fully understand your coverages.