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There are several types of taxis in Mexico City. You can stop a taxi on the street if the Libre sign (free) is on the car, or you can hire it by phone. Some taxis do not have meters, so the price should be negotiated in advance. It is recommended that you call an authorized taxi from the hotel, or a Turismo taxi, whose drivers often speak English. Mexican intercity buses are comfortable and punctual. There are luxury buses, first class and regular buses, which vary greatly in price. City buses operate in all major settlements, and are a fairly convenient (albeit often crowded) mode of transport. Tickets can be purchased at specialized kiosks or from the driver. In all tourist areas there are fixed-route taxis (pesero).

There are 9 metro lines in the capital, covering the main areas of the city, as well as the airport and the Buenavista railway station. Opening hours on weekdays are from 5:00 to 0:30, on Saturdays from 6:00 to 1:30, on Sundays and holidays from 7:00 to 0:30 with an interval of approximately 1 minute. During rush hours, only light luggage is allowed, and women and children must travel in a separate carriage from men. The railway network is also quite developed and connects all the main cities of the country. But for the most part, the trains are relatively old and not very popular with tourists. Communication with the California Peninsula is carried out by ships and ferries.

Car rental

Both rental and personal vehicles require Mexican insurance. In the event of an accident resulting in injury or loss to the other party and the driver is not insured, the Mexican authorities may detain him until an agreement is reached with the injured party, regardless of who is at fault in the accident. On the main highways leading to the capital of Mexico, a fairly high road tax is charged. These roads (Cuota — paid) are of very high quality. Free roads (Libre) leave a lot to be desired. All roads leading to major cities are in excellent condition. The speed limit can vary from 20 km/h in some cities to 110 km/h on high-speed toll roads. Gas stations can be found everywhere. The quality of gasoline is lower than in Europe and the USA. Lead-free gasoline is not available everywhere.

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