Senor Mex says: Compared with just a few years ago, credit cards are more widely accepted in Mexico than ever. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like carrying a lot of cash with me in general. I’m even less comfortable doing so when I’m in a foreign country. With that in mind, I always bring a few credit cards with me to use while I’m south of the border. I’m not advising you to accumulate a lot of credit card debt. I just think that charging things in Mexico and paying your bill later is easier, safer and more convenient. As an added note, you will need a major credit card to buy Mexican automobile insurance at Mexican Insurance Store online. It’s a lot better to do it that way than to buy it at the border. It’s easy to get Mexican automobile insurance online using mexicaninsurancestore.com’s easy use website.
San Felipe Life Post
“Confused about the ins-and-outs of changing money in Mexico and the USA, how to get reliable exchange rates, plus some of the nitty gritty details on how the credit card, bank debit cards, currency exchange and ATM systems work? Rather than a dry discourse of scads of financial details and jargon that make our eyes glaze over, we’re going to try give you some tricks to make managing your travel dollars easily and well.”
Do you buy Mexican automobile insurance online using your credit card?