Several companies publish annual road atlases for Mexico, such as Guia Roji and National Geographic. Rand McNally includes an overview of Mexico's major roads in some of its annual atlases, but none has detailed maps of all the country's roads, as of 2015.
The Guia Roji annual atlas for Mexico has 42 pages of highway route strips maps showing exits and services. There are also 35 city maps, and Spanish printing is used for the maps.
The annual road atlas from National Geographic contains maps of the United States and Canada in addition to Mexico. Scenic routes, historic sites, recreation information and points of interest are included.