It’s the drink of Angelino hipsters.
In Mexico, the beverage is easily accessible at taco stands and stores. The drink has long been a favorite here in Los Angeles and other metro areas.
Mexican Coca-Cola is made out of natural cane sugar and served in a glass bottle. The result is a more natural flavor that is far superior to the American drink. (You can’t recycle the glass bottles in the States, but they are pretty common here nowadays) As you drive, your Mexico car insurance covers emergency situations like breakdowns and lockouts. You should carry a decent supply of drinking water and basic emergency supplies in case of emergency breakdowns.
Hospitality is a cornerstone of Mexican culture, especially when you visit someone’s home. You can expect to be offered food or drink, and soda is affordable and easily available to serve. In fact, if you drop in unannounced, it would not be unusual for the host to send a child or spouse to a neighborhood market to secure a 2-liter bottle to share. It is a great gesture for a guest to bring their own 2-liter sodas to share with a host, but in some homes, these would be stored in the fridge as the host soda is then served to the guests. Pro Tip: It is rude to refuse food so I’d advise against it!
If you need to contact your provider to get help, you should find this information in your policy documents. However, you can save the policy on your smartphone after you finalize your coverage. Your policy also includes legal assistance and certain travel interruption provisions in case of emergencies or accidents.