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map with a pin on MexicoOne of the many great things about living in El Paso is being right next door to a whole new city, a whole new state, a whole new country. El Paso and Juarez have long shared neighboring spots of the Earth, bringing people, cultures, foods, and ways of life together. Juarez can be a great, little place to travel to for a fun night out, a tasty meal, and shopping, but it also comes with its own dangers. Most people in El Paso are privy to some of the nightmares that go on just across the border from us—an unfortunate, horrible truth. While we all wish the two cities of different nations could exist next to each other peacefully, there are many things that can go wrong when traveling to our neighboring city and country, no matter what city in Mexico you travel to. That is why, we recommend getting Mexican travel insurance, which can help protect you in many instances should something go wrong.


What Does Travel Insurance Cover?


Travel insurance is a good idea no matter what country you are traveling to, but since trips to Juarez are part of many El Pasoans’ ways of life, Mexican travel insurance is especially a good idea. Mexican travel insurance from Pan American Insurance covers:


  • Auto accidents

  • Theft

  • Medical situations


You never know what can go wrong when visiting or driving through Mexico, and you want to be sure you stay safe. Travelling to Mexico can be a great and insightful experience, and you shouldn’t let these worrisome situations get in the way of having a good time. With Mexican travel insurance, you can have both.


But Doesn’t My Insurance Cover International Travel?


Oftentimes, no, it doesn’t. When it comes to traveling, you have a few options, including:


  • Adding travel insurance to the insurance plan you already have

  • Getting travel insurance from the airline you travel with

  • Obtaining insurance from a third party


While all of these options can cover you while you’re out and about exploring Mexico, it can be quite pricey to add to travel insurance to your current insurance plan. And if you’re not traveling with an airline, the second option is completely moot. In other words, obtaining Mexican travel insurance from a third party, such as Pan American Insurance, is in your best interest.


Traveling to Mexico Soon?


Don’t wait! If you’re planning to travel to Mexico, call us today to sign up for Mexican travel insurance. We promise you won’t regret the feeling of security you’ll have when exploring our neighboring state knowing you’re covered!


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