REQUIRED ITEMS:

  • Passport - Passports are required to cross the border. It’s also a good idea to bring a copy of your passport, incase of loss of theft.
  • Paperwork- DMV registered paperwork for all trucks, trailers and UTV's - To cross the border and enter in to Mexico with your trucks, trailers and UTV's, you must have United States DMV registration papers to show to the border patrol agent. 
  • Mexican Insurance for all trucks, trailers and UTV's - Basic Mexican Insurance coverage must be purchased before entering Mexico. 
  • Water  - We will provide the water for you, but each car needs to plan to carry water for your own passengers. You're going to be thirsty on the trail.
  • Helmet, driving gloves, and goggles. 
  • Fire extinguisher - Fire extinguishers on all vehicles.
  • Fuel for 150 mile range (including onboard tank)
  • VHF Radio with  at least 5-mile range, further is better
    • Headset for the radio. 
  • Spare belt and tools needed to change it out.
  • Spare key
  • Spare tire mounted on a rim and attached to UTV 
    • Tire patch kit and some way to inflate a flat tire
    • A jack
  • Whip with Flag
  • Tool Kit and Tow Strap
  • Extra batteries for all devices
  • Flashlight/headlamp
  • GPS unit 


Optional/Recommended:

  • Lightbar, whatever you need to be comfortable driving at night
  • Spot Tracker
  • Spare  parts as you see fit
    • Axel
    • Spare tie rods
    • Spare Fuel Cap
  • Dustproof gear bags
  • Extra spending cash,  alcohol isn't included and your support staff is thrilled with tips if you're happy with their service.


 DON'T BRING..

*Illegal drugs or weapons of any kind (including marijuana).  A single bullet can land you in a Mexican prison for 3 years.  Military checkpoints with dogs will be checking us so if you bring in something illegal, you are on your own!
 
PERSONAL ITEMS:

  • Emergency contact information
  • Personal items: toothbrush, shampoo, bar soap, medications/allergy medication, sunblock, chapstick, lotion, aloe, ear plugs
  • Toilet paper (Emergencies happen in Mexico!)
  • Weatherproof light jacket
  • Shoes that can get dirty and are good for driving
  • Warm fleece/jacket
  • Clothing you can layer: long/short-sleeved
  • Shorts and comfortable pants
  • Hat and/or bandana
  • Sunglasses
  • Remember to let your credit card people know you are traveling to Mexico so they don’t shut your card down
  • Medications: bring it with you and bring your prescription, just in case. 

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What to Bring