Tuesday July 28 2015

Military checkpoints along Baja's Highway 1 occur at several permanent and temporary locations
There are a few things you should understand about the military checkpoints in Baja before you begin a road trip on Mex 1.The first is: Their purpose is to capture the bad guys involved in drug...
Baja is the #1 destination for RV travelers outside the US.
The infamous Transpeninsular, Baja highway, Mex 1, has come a long way from its much heralded beginnings in 1973, a narrow thousand-mile long ribbon of asphalt with no shoulders, few pullouts, a...
Military Checkpoint 600 meters ahead
Handling Military Checkpoints when Driving in MexicoRoad checkpoints in Mexico are a familiar sight, installed in response to the rising cartel presence in the country. They have been put there...
The Baja peninsula is the #1 foreign destination for RV travelers
BajaInsider.com is proud to announce a new affiliation with MexPro.com the online Insurance site for International Insurance Group, Inc.  IIG is licensed in all 50 US states, and works with...
Driving rain soaked roads in Baja following a tropical cyclone
Although Gray Grahams's road report from June of 2013 is more than a little outdated, what he has to say about qualifying your source of your Baja information remains timeless...As Gary wrote: After...
Importing your vehicle into Mexico
Updated April 2, 2014 The short answer is wait - enforcement of non-imported cars has been suspended. Like many countries have done since the economic turn of the early century, Mexico has...
I have lived here in Cabo for over 2 years and brought down my 2008 Ford PU with the 6.4 diesel. Without getting too technical I would like to talk about the affects the Mexican diesel has on the new...
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