The U.A.E. is still reeling from the devastating earthquake and tsunami that struck Mexico’s northeast in September, killing more than 50,000 people.
But now the U:A.
has announced a series of changes to its car rental industry.
In a new policy, all U.
As are being required to post “car rentals for all customers” at the front of their car, as well as the car number, and even the name of the driver.
And, as of today, they are also required to “take all necessary precautions” to prevent the theft of car rental documents.
According to the Mexican government, the policy will help protect the people of Mexico, who are still trying to recover from the disasters.
“The new policy will also enable more people to rent cars and give them the security that comes from having their own vehicle,” Mexican Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said.
“Our government is committed to making sure that all Mexicans can travel safely and safely,” he added.