Explore this wonderful country as much as possible by hiring a car in Mexico with Rhino, so you can see the beaches, stunning scenery and areas of interest at your own leisure and pace. Whether you are travelling on a budget or wanting to splash out on a more luxurious vehicle, we will have something to meet your requirements. Our rates include insurance, collision damage waiver, theft waiver, taxes and unlimited mileage so you don't have to worry about any hidden charges or extras to pay.
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Mexico Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Mexico is officially known as the United Mexican States.
- With over 200,000 different species, Mexico is one of the 18 megadiverse countries of the world.
- Mexico City International Airport is the largest in Latin America and the 44th largest in the world.
- The staple food in Mexico is corn and beans which make up some popular dishes such as tacos and enchiladas.
- The currency in Mexico is the Peso (MXN).
Mexico Mini Guide
Mexico is a large Spanish speaking country which borders the United States to the north and Guatemala, Belize and the Caribbean Sea to the south east. It also has a coastline with the Pacific Ocean to the south and the west. More than 100 million people live in this ecologically diverse region which has mountain ranges, deserts and fantastic beaches making it a fascinating place to visit.
The peak tourist seasons in Mexico are during the months of December, July and August. It is also a popular destination during Easter as the country is mostly Catholic. Many American university students drive down to Mexico to celebrate Spring Break. Driving in Mexico is the best way to see the country. Always take a map with you as the quickest way to get to places is not necessarily in a straight line. Sticking to the toll roads is a safe bet if you want to avoid getting lost, and in Mexico it is advisable to drive a little under the speed limits rather than pushing them as is common in most other countries.
Driving at night in Mexico is generally discouraged for a number of reasons. There are often unseen obstacles in the road at night in the form of pedestrians or cyclists who do not make efforts to illuminate themselves, and there is also a risk of running into drunk drivers or being a victim of crime. Should you accidentally hit someone while driving, stay at the scene and call your insurance adjustor as well as the ambulance and the police.
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