Supplemental coverage provided on Mexican toll roads is contingent on your carrying valid Mexico Insurance by MexInsuranceStore.com. If you don’t have such a policy and are involved in an accident, you won’t be afforded those additional protections. Any such protections are helpful but are effective only on the toll road and the coverage is extremely limited. You need to carry your own Mexico Insurance by MexInsuranceStore.com.
Toll roads are generally well-maintained in Mexico. The supplemental coverage provided is generally meant to address damages or accidents suffered as a result of poor road condition, lack of maintenance or other issues related to the actual physical road causing a problem. Additionally, toll road insurance protects you in case you damage the toll road. It doesn’t remove your responsibility for carrying valid Mexico Insurance by MexInsuranceStore.com.
Toll road coverage ends when you leave the toll area. For example, between Tijuana and Ensenada, you can enjoy a beautiful drive on an active toll road. However, when you travel on Mexican Highway 1 south of Ensenada, there is no toll. When there’s not a toll, there’s no coverage. Nearly 75 percent of your travels on Mexican roads will be on roads that aren’t covered by tolls. Don’t ignore your need for an independent Mexico Insurance by MexInsuranceStore.com policy because of partial or inaccurate information. Ignorance is no excuse in Mexico.