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RE: What would stop you from RVing Mexico?

When the motorhome is beyond repair
Graydon 07/07/14 01:03pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Medical Insurance for RVer while in Mexico

Depending on severity, we would either get medical treatment locally and submit our bills to our U.S. insurance when we returned home or.. we're also members of MASA (Medical Air Services Association) which would get us stabilized then fly us back home and would also drive our motorhome home including our dog.
Graydon 06/17/14 05:46pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Traveling with caravan or not

I agree with Stan.. we too took the lapenitarvpark caravan our first time to Mexico, back in 2005. Learned enough to try the next year by our selves and have been going down to Mexico each year ever since. The only disadvantage for you is that the lapenitarvpark caravan crosses the border at Nogalas which is a little far from Quebec.
Graydon 05/05/14 12:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: How long to get vehicle deposit back?

When we crossed at Columbia in March it only took a few days to get our deposit back.
Graydon 04/11/14 01:56pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Jeep theft Document problem, ATTN Canadians.

excellent explanation briansue
Graydon 03/15/14 09:22am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: My turn !

Glad you weren't hurt although having to get another truck etc is a pain.
Graydon 03/10/14 08:45am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Columbia crossing , Laredo updates

Bob.. about 1/4 mile after you come off the highway there's a small casita on the left. traffic cones direct you to it. That's where you turn in the vehicle stickers and vehicle paperwork. Just past the casita take a left and go over to the Mexican immigration building (where you got your visa and permits when you entered Mexico) Turn in your FMM and get passport stamped. Then head back toward the highway to the returno and back toward the casita where you turned in the vehicle permit. Pass by the casita and head to the bridge and the U.S.
Graydon 03/09/14 03:37pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Columbia crossing , Laredo updates

We crossed at Columbia several weeks ago with a Class A and towd. We were told to go to the far right hand truck lanes. My wife and our dogs were told to go through as pedestrians and I was to go through the truck lane and the x-ray machine. I was to pick-up my wife and dogs after the x-ray. The whole process was easy and took less than an hour. No one came on board or asked what we were bringing back. This was on a Sunday and there was hardly any traffic.
Graydon 03/09/14 01:59pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Jeep stolen on Michoacan coast

Glad to hear no one was hurt. You were smart to follow the bandit's directions and let him have the Jeep. That's what insurance is for. I hope everyone can treat this as only a car-jacking, a common occurrence in the U.S. and not as a reason to bad mouth Mexico. We'll be returning to Mexico next winter season
Graydon 02/21/14 07:26am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Insurance

We have National Interstate and they provide collision for both our motorhome and car in all of Mexisco
Graydon 02/14/14 07:12am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Crossing back into the U.S.

Paul.. We just returned from La Penita and crossed at Columbia on Sunday afternoon. We were driving a Class A motorhome plus a towed vehicle. We were directed to the truck lanes and told to go to lane 4 or 5. (the farthest right ones) There was no inspection such as questions about the kind of food we're bringing back or other items we purchased while in Mexico. All we did was submit our passports and were then directed to the x-ray machine. Everyone had to get out of the motorhome (including our dogs) while the motorhome went through the x-ray machine. When that was complete the inspector at the x-ray machine gave me a slip to give to another inspector located at a final booth as we exited the customs/immigration compound. The whole process was less than an hour.
Graydon 02/13/14 05:34pm RVing in Mexico and South America
TIP Refund

We crossed the border at Columbia Bridge on Sunday and the refund from our car deposit was credited to our account on Tuesday. Can't ask for anything better than that :)
Graydon 02/12/14 07:22am RVing in Mexico and South America
Tolls are getting more expensive

We had to return home early this year and travelled our normal route from La Penita to the Columbia Bridge at Laredo. The trip was uneventful except for losing the cover for the hot water heater on the motorhome. The one thing we did notice however was the increase in the toll charges. In the past we would spend somewhere around 2,500 pesos. On this trip for the motorhome plus tow vehice the amount was 3,216 pesos. Its getting easier crossing at Columbia bridge. I was in the car lane and was directed over to the right hand truck lanes and had to go through the x-ray machine. No one asked what we bought or what fruit or vegetables we had. Total time at the border was less than an hour.
Graydon 02/11/14 11:45am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Intl drivers license

What was the response when you told the lady you'd be driving a vehicle over 7,000 pounds? Also the "air brakes" requirement. I have a Texas Class B Non-Commercial license that allows me to drive a 30,000 pound vehicle with air brakes.
Graydon 12/25/13 07:40am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Toad Insurance?

We have National Interstate that provides Mexico comprehensive coverage.
Graydon 12/03/13 01:00pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Toad Insurance?

We have always had two policies. One for the motorhome and one for the car. Like you Rocmoc, we have comprehensive on our vehicles by our policy in Texas and with a Mexico coverage package. So we only need Mexico liability on both vehicles when in Mexico. The required coverage has been raised to $300,000 and we get the $500,000 as its just a few dollars more. Cost for both vehicles is approx. $235.00 dollars each. We go through the companies that Bill Bell endorses.
Graydon 12/03/13 07:46am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Looking for travel buddy(ies)

Whaley96...It would help if you mentioned your destination
Graydon 11/29/13 12:41pm RVing in Mexico and South America
New X-Ray Scanning south of Nuevo Laredo

Just a FYI...We just completed a trip from Laredo to La Penita and crossed at Columbia Bridge. On highway 85 south of Nuevo Laredo we were pulled over for an inspection and required to go through an X-Ray screening. This is a large complex and fairly new as it wasn't there last year. The officials were polite but having everyone exit the motorhome while it was scanned and then wait for the results was a long and tedious hour.
Graydon 11/14/13 02:27pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Laredo crossing - how has it been this year?

Lew.. Are you referring to Laredo or Columbia. We crossed at Columbia the last few years and plan to do so again in about two weeks when we head for La Penita. We like Columbia because of the ease of getting visas and vehicle permits in one building as soon as you cross the bridge. When are you crossing and where are you going?
Graydon 10/30/13 07:38am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Puerto Penasco

Most stores and businesses, unless they are right on the border DO NOT accept U.S. dollars.. only Pesos. Many of the Toll Booths have large signs "NO US Funds Accepted) Another way to look at it is: "would you expect stores and businesses in the U.S. to accept Mexico Pesos?" of course not. ATMs in Mexico only give Pesos.
Graydon 10/29/13 11:05am RVing in Mexico and South America
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