Driving in Mexico can be crazy. Although things have been very smooth, all things considered, navigating the roads and highways in Mexico can be confusing, stressful and tough. For this reason, My husband and I have a rule: he’s the driver and I’m the navigator.
Emily Miller from Rebelle Rally gave us some great advice: treat your side of the car as your office space with a wall down the middle. Don’t go into the other persons office space, and vice versa. Karl thinks I have a difficult time following advice.
I say, not everything is so black and white. If I see a huge ditch (aka: pothole or large drop off in the middle of the road) 10 yards ahead, and we’re still cruising a good 55 mph, am I supposed to keep my mouth shut? Just saying.
Truly the best advice (barring any rationale or mental disorder criterion). Want to know what the single greatest thing about being a navigator is in Mexico? Dolling out exact change for tolls. 1 peso… 2 pesos… 3 pesos… ALL those tolls! Drives my husband nuts 🤪