In an effort to better protect drivers on Californian and Mexican highways, John Garamendi, California’s insurance commissioner, led a delegation to Mexico to participate in trilateral negotiations with Mexican and Canadian authorities.

“Conflicting and uncoordinated insurance requirements in our three countries have a damaging impact on the flow of trade and create damaging situations for Californian, Mexican, and Canadian motorists,” said Garamendi. “Policies sold in one country can be worthless once you cross the border, so many truckers simply drive without insurance. This confused regulatory state is a ripe environment for fraud to thrive.”

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