Laredo to Puerto Vallarta
Regardless of whether you are driving an RV or a suburban, a bike or a pick-up, the Mexico Road Logs and Driving Guides will assist your journey. Even 20 year veterans of the route have benefited from the information.
The KM markings are the markings that you will see as you drive. It doesn't matter if your vehicle reads in miles or kilometers. You just read the signs on the road to get your bearings. Sometimes one highway combines with another and old kilometer signs are left up. Not to worry, just continue to read the guide.
Some of the best navigation points are the Pemex Station numbers clearly marked on all gas station signs. Topes (Mexican speed bumps) are marked in the guide just to remind you to go slow. We have included Military and Agriculture check points even though we know these can change frequently. (Generally they are on one side of the border or another between the Mexican states.)
This is the third edition. We hope tocontinually improve the guides to ensure road conditions are well noted before you hit the border. Conditions change, new roads are built, construction starts, ends and old "landmarks" are torn dow