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Drunk Driving in Panama!

DUI penalties are severe here in Panama, even the “smell” of alcohol on your breath will provoke a fine. Roadside checks are common, especially during holiday weekends. If you fail a breathalyzer test with levels from 25 to 40 micrograms per deciliter, you...

What is a deductible?

Although your Panama insurance policy is in Spanish, a “deducible” is the amount of money which the insured party must pay before the insurance company’s own coverage plan begins. It is practical for insurance companies to include a deductible in...

Driving in Central America?

The drive through Mexico and Central America is a wonderful experience, however, it’s not an adventure for everyone. The following pages contain advice and detailed accounts of experiences while driving through Mexico and Central America. Check out this siet:...

Check your Drivers License!

In the Republic of Panama, your Automobile Insurance Coverage is only valid if you are driving with a current/valid drivers license. Please check the expiration date of your license. If you have been in Panama for more than 90 days, your foreign drivers license may...

No-Fault in Panama?

In some states in the USA, Uninsured Motorist property-damage coverage is available. Uninsured Motorist (no-fault) auto coverage would pay for medical bills and pain and suffering if you are hit by an uninsured driver. If your car is crunched by an uninsured driver...
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