Razzer vehicle users should not obstruct sidewalks, speeding and drunk driving, as well as excessive noise, are some of the agreements that the municipal authorities took up this Monday.
To establish the guidelines and regulations under which Razzer vehicles must operate in Mazatlán, authorities held a meeting with at least 10 owners of these businesses.
The meeting was led by the Senior Officer, Nayla Adilene Velarde Narváez, as well as by the Secretary of Public Safety and Municipal Traffic, Commissioner Juan Ramón Alfaro Gaxiola, as well as Eloy Ruiz Gastélum, head of Municipal Civil Protection.
The secretary of the Presidency, Marcos Salaiza Cisneros, and the deputy director of Municipal Transit, Jorge Samuel Alvarado Illustrious, were also present.
Through a statement, the City Council informed that the preparation of a vehicle registry will begin shortly, which will detail from the plate and color of the unit to the owner.
In addition, it was decided to work on the development of a sticker that allows identifying the private vehicles that are for rent, as well as regularizing those who are outside the norm.
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