Senor Mex says: If you’d like to get a glimpse at what life in Mexico is really all about, you have to jump in the car and get out of the most touristy areas. One great option is to take a road trip from Mexico City to Guadalajara. Both cities have a lot to offer, and the drive between them couldn’t be more interesting. I’ve done the drive myself on several occasions, and I can affirm that it’s quite an experience. You’ll definitely need a reliable car, and it doesn’t hurt to buy quality Mexican insurance at Mexican Insurance that includes roadside assistance just in case. If possible, bring along a GPS in case you have to make an unexpected detour. Keep in mind that the roads in Mexico aren’t always great, and get ready to have a truly amazing adventure! You need quality Mexican insurance though.

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“After one night in Guadalajara, it was time for me to keep moving. My goal for the day was to make it to Mexico City, the country’s capital. As I drove I was reminded of a conversation I had with a software engineer I had met in the Baja. He made an astute observation, saying that while many Americans think of Mexico as a vast desert, this isn’t the case. In reality, he said, the majority of the country is lush and green, particularly beyond the border region. This fact was on full display on my drive from the coast to Mexico City. Between Mazatlan and Guadalajara, I had primarily been traveling through the jungle.”

Do you drive from Mexico City to Guadalajara with quality Mexican Insurance?

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  • Mathew Mody
    July 18, 2013 6:51 pm

    The funniest thing I came across in Mexico is a left signal doesn’t mean you have to turn left. It means its clear to pass. So its actually confusing to decide for new comers.

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