Can I purchase American car insurance if my truck is registered in Mexico?
"I want to go with an American company, but I live in Mexico for most of the year. I want to keep the vehicle registered there."
“Unfortunately, no. Car insurance is regulated in the US at the state level and in Mexico at the federal level, and you need to purchase insurance within your jurisdiction.
You’ll need to purchase car insurance from a licensed Mexican carrier if you want to keep your car registered there.”
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