Isla Mujeres, Q.R. — Continuing with the public transport concession checks, authorities with Instituto de Movilidad del Estado de Quintana Roo carried out another operation aimed at golf carts and taxis.
The Instituto de Movilidad del Estado de Quintana Roo delegation of Isla Mujeres, headed by Bibian Castillo Dzul, reported the inspection of 35 golf carts and 23 taxis in the municipality.
In the case of the units concessioned to the Gustavo Díaz Ordaz Taxi Union, authorities verified that those stopped carried the necessary documentation including a driver’s license, circulation card and current insurance policy. Castillo Dzul said that driving without a current, valid insurance policy is considered an offense under article 198 of the Mobility Law for the state of Quintana Roo.
He explained that in cases involving golf carts, those stopped were verified of their lease and that minor children were not behind the wheel.
“In addition to these actions, we are calling on all dealers that do not have current license plates to go to the office to be regularized, since the deadline is November 15,” the official said.
Castillo Duzl noted that failing to comply with these the requirements, including the lack of a state concession to operate passenger transport, could result in severe fines.