Mexico’s capital has long been a destination for tourists looking to rent a car.
But as the number of car rental companies has soared in recent years, the quality of the cars being rented has been called into question.
Now, the country’s largest car rental company is making headlines by offering its own car rental service.
On Monday, Car Rentals Guadalalauras announced it was launching a new car rental business called Bna Car Rentales, which it says is the first car rental agency to offer its services.
It also said it will be opening new offices in the state of Guanajuato.
Bna Car Rentales will rent cars in the city of Guadaláquis, according to the company’s website.
Bna has its own parking lot and offers two-wheelers and bikes, and it rents vans for up to eight people.
The company also has a business model in which its car rental drivers will rent out their own cars for a fee of up to 50% of the car’s price.
Bana Car Rentales offers both rental and lease services in the province of Guanántano and has offices in several major cities, including Guadalán, Jalisco, Michoacán, Oaxaca, and Tabasco.
The car rental industry has seen an explosion in recent decades in Mexico and around the world, but many critics say the companies are profiting from the countrys high crime rate and lack of infrastructure.
In recent years there have been several reports of kidnapping, rape, robbery, and even murder connected to the car rental market.
According to the International Federation of the Red Cross, Guadalayas car rental crisis has caused more than 1,200 deaths in 2017.