Mexico Car Rental


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Offices Near Airport

Calle acceso a las bodegas Sm 301 mz 30 lote 30.

32nd street, 312, Col. Manuel Cresencio Rejon.

Av. Sonora S/N , Esq, Texcoco, Col. Penon de los B. Venustiano Carranza, CDMX

Inside Oaxaca International Airport..

Local 24, Manzana 81 Lote 1, Condominio Aldea Thai. Quintana Roo

Aeropuerto General Mariano Escobedo. Carretera Migel Aleman km24

Blvd. Kukulcan Km 11.5. Flamingo Plaza, Hotel Zone, Loc 101-B

Carretera Buenavista s/n, Buenavista Cuauhtemoc.

Villahermosa Mexico VSA Airport. Carretera Villahermosa-Escárcega Lote 64, Poblado

Calzada Juan Pablo II 193-1 Col. Ejido Ignacio All.

KM. 12 Tramo Carret Vergel Aeropuerto Ángel Albino. Francisco Sarabia C.P. 29176

Carretera Estatal 200, Tequisquiapan no 22500, Col. CP 76270 Anexo a Terminal de Pasajeros, Bodegas, A

Carretra Manzanillo - Barra de Navidad, KM 42 Col..


Av. Palma Ral 114, Colonia Parque las palmas.

Calle la Esperanza Esq Carretera Federal 1 s/n.

City Offices

Avenida Coba Sur 38-B Mza. 036 Tulum Centro. Tulum Pueblo C.P. 77780

Av. Tulum SM 05 Mza 01 lte 13 local 02. Cancun Downtown

Calle 5 DE Mayo No. Colonia 203. Centro Oaxaca de Juarez

Dinamarca 62 Col. Juarez (Zona Rosa) Del. Cuathemo. C.p 15520 Mexico DF

Plaza Santa Barbara, Venustiano Carranza, 1180 INT. Colina de Santa Bárbara

Blvd Miguel De La Madrid #352 Colonia Tapeitles.

C. Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla #310 Ote.

Important Information when Visiting Mexico

  • In Mexico, it is common to run into “topes” or speed bumps on the road, especially in urban areas and near schools. These are obstacles designed to reduce the speed of the vehicles. Pay attention to the warning signs and lower the speed gradually when approaching them.
  • Pedestrians and cyclists have the right of way at crosswalks and bike lanes. Pay attention to your surroundings and yield when necessary. Maintain a safe distance when passing cyclists on the road and respecting them as vulnerable users of the street.
  • Respect red and green traffic lights, stopping completely at the mandatory stops. In addition, pay attention to road signage and follow the instructions of exclusive lanes and U-turns, and speed limits.
  • When driving on mountain or curvy roads, reduce your speed and keep necessary precautions. In addition, when facing steep hills, select the adequate gear change.
  • Use lowlights during the night and when driving with conditions of little visibility, such as inside a tunnel. You must also turn on the blinkers when making maneuvers to overtake or stop temporarily.
  • When returning the vehicle, the car must be returned with the same amount of gasoline it had when you picked it up.
  • It is very important to know the places you are going to visit. Know the most favorable routes depending on the type of vehicle you’ve rented, so that you can arrive at your destination more quickly using alternate routes.
  • You must have a valid driver’s license to rent the automobile.
  • The following offices require at least 18 years of age when renting a car: Guadalajara, Puerto Vallarta, San Jose del Cabo, Silao. Between the ages of 18 and 24, there will be an additional charge of $ 6.50 per day with the greatest deductible of the LDW.
  • The following offices require a minimum of 21 years of age when renting a car: Cancun, Tulum, Colima, Huatulco, Manzanillo, Merida, Mexico City, Monterrey, Oaxaca, Playa del Carmen, Queretaro, Torreon, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Villahermosa.
  • You will need to have a credit or debit card to process the payment. Some offices allow the rental payment and/or prepayment by debit card, but do not allow payment of the deposit or warranty; when renting the vehicle, the cardholder must be present. These are said offices: Cancun, Tulum, Colima, Huatulco, Manzanillo, Merida, Mexico City, Monterrey, Playa del Carmen, Torreon, Queretaro, Tuxtla Gutierrez, Villahermosa, Oaxaca. Other offices (Silao, Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara) allow the renta
  • Mexican laws require all car rental contracts to include at least one civil liability insurance. The PLI is required coverage according to Article 83 of the Mexican transportation regulation, unless the renter can provide written proof that their insurance company or credit entity has valid insurance to cover third parties / property in Mexico.
  • Valid Driver’s License – We will need a driver’s license from your origin country to drive in Mexico, along with your passport.
  • Proof of Insurance – If you plan to self-insure, we will need proof of your personal coverage with the name of the renter on the policy and proof of collision insurance and civil liability coverage of bodily injury and property damage.
  • Form of Payment – We will require a credit card (main driver is the cardholder) to make a deposit for the rental. The deposits vary according to the protection plan you choose and the vehicle. This deposit is returned when the automobile is returned, if the automobile is in the same condition as when it was received at the office, and it can take a few days or up to a week to process.
  • In Mexico, the currency is the Mexican “peso”. However, all establishments accept dollars (most common currency for tourists). We always recommend traveling with at least a few pesos in your pocket. The majority of restaurants, supermarkets and food shops also accept a credit or debit card payment. A dollar ($1) is equivalent to 17 pesos approximately (this varies according to the exchange rate). You can exchange dollars in banks or at exchange agencies in the international airport, but with a very high exchange rate.
  • We leave you with some reasons why you need to visit Mexico:
  • Mexico houses impressive archeological sites of the ancient Mesoamerican civilizations such as the Mayans, Aztecs, Toltecs and many others. Chichen Itza, Teotihuacan, Palenque, and Monte Alban are just some of the examples of these incredible historic treasures that you can visit and explore.
  • Mexican food was declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by the UNESCO in 2010. The diverse flavors, ingredients and culinary techniques of Mexican cuisine are a unique experience. You cannot miss the opportunity to taste traditional dishes such as tacos, mole, tamales, chiles en nogada, and the famous guacamole.
  • Mexico is home to an incredible biodiversity and varied landscapes. From heavenly beaches on the Caribbean side of Mexico to the impressive canyons of Barranca del Cobre in Sierra Tarahumara, going through tropical jungles in Chiapas, and the majestic mountains of Sierra Madre Occidental, the country offers a great quantity of natural destinations to explore.
  • Mexico is famous for its vibrant and colorful festivities. Day of the Dead (Dia de los Muertos) celebrated November 1-2, is one of the most notable festivities where people honor loved ones who have passed away. Another popular event is the Feria de San Marcos, considered one of the biggest fairs in Mexico, filled with music, dance, bullfights, and cultural exhibits.
  • Make a decision to visit Mexico and enjoy the freedom that you’ll get from renting vehicles from Economy Rent a Car. Our excellent offers empower your freedom!