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Monday, February 26, 2018

Why Buy Mexican Auto Insurance?

Why Buy Mexican Insurance?
U.S. and Canadian auto insurance policies are not recognized in Mexico; only policies from a Mexican insurance company are. Each Mexican state sets potential civil and criminal liability amounts a driver would be responsible for in case of a fatality or fatalities to others. The liability amount may be as high as U.S. $300,000 per fatality or more depending upon the state you are traveling in. Read more about the law.
A Mexican Insurance policy greatly reduces the financial burden you might come by after an accident and may reduce jail time.

Under Mexican law, motorists are required to have insurance, or "proof of financial responsibility", in the event of an accident, even if you are not at fault. As a foreigner traveling in Mexico, the only way of demonstrating this financial responsibility is to have sufficient real currency to cover damages, or an insurance policy from a Mexican company. U.S. or

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Keep Your Pet Safe

Beware: Insecticides and Plants can be Fatal to Pets. During spring and summer, it's all about your house and garden, and unfortunately, for those of you with small breed dogs and puppies, you should be aware there can be serious health problems resulting from the ingestion of insecticides and various plants.


Small dogs, puppies and kittens that are most vulnerable, with very tiny young immune systems that absolutely do not tolerate toxins, such as insecticides and some very popular, innocent looking plants.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Baja Gray Whales


Gray whales begin travels along the Southern California coast as of December they make one of the longest mammalian migrations known to man.

The journey from the Bering and Chukchi seas to the lagoons in Baja California and back averages between 10,000 to 14,000 miles.

"We have been seeing more and more gray whales every day," reported Scott Louie from Harbor Breeze Cruises in Long Beach. "Add in literally thousands of dolphins and an occasional orca sighting and this is a terrific time to be on a whale watching trip."

The whales feed on small crustaceans on the bottom of the ocean by rolling on their sides and drawing up bottom sediments and lots of seawater.

The whale then closes its mouth expelling the water and sediment through its baleen plates and leaving a tasty meal inside. Adult males can reach 46 feet, and while adult females can reach 50 feet. They weigh between 30 to 40 tons. Find out more about BGLC Baja Whale Tours