|Toll roads are located throughout Mexico. The toll roads in Mexico offer the fastest and safest way to travel in Mexico. There are key words that one should know when driving in Mexico:
• Via LIBRE – Free Road. The free roads in Mexico are usually single lane roads that often are less maintained than the toll roads. This will make traveling in Mexico take much longer.
• COUTA – Toll Roads. These roads are maintained by the Government. They offer the fastest way to travel throughout Mexico.
Toll charges are based on how many axles you motor vehicle has. Most cars and motorcycles Tolls charges are usually under $3 per Toll. The tolls can be paid in U.S. currency as well as Mexican currency, however note that if you pay in pesos the will not give you American Currency as change.
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You toll receipt is your insurance policy while traveling on the Mexican Toll Roads. If you crash, or are involved in an accident you toll receipt will help you avoid paying road repair and maintenance charges. Roadside assistance is provided while driving on the Toll Roads. Note: Toll Receipt is not proof of Mexico Insurance.
If you crash, or are involved in an accident you toll receipt will help you avoid paying road repair and maintenance charges. Roadside assistance is provided while driving on the Toll Roads. Note: Toll Receipt is not proof of Mexico Insurance. The Toll Road insurance will not cover damage to your vehicle if you are at fault, also if you get off the Mexican Toll Roads you are not covered by a Toll Receipt, only Mexican auto Insurance will cover this. Mexico Insurance can be purchased online. Mexico Insurance will cover damage to your vehicle as well as theft. If you would like to see the locations of Toll Roads in Mexico click here
See Also - Driving in Mexico
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