A LaxCar rental service in the United States that charges a $5 deposit for a car and has had a rough year is finally getting some relief from the government.
The state of Utah is the latest state to try to put a stop to the LaxService, which has been in operation since at least the late 1990s.
The company, founded in 1996, is currently in the process of suing the state.
The Utah Department of Commerce and Consumer Services said in a statement that the state will no longer be able to enforce the terms of its contract with LaxCars.
The company says it has more than 1,000 cars and has a fleet of about 1,200.
The state has argued that the company is not providing the same level of service as car rental companies like Hertz, and has asked a judge to order LaxServices to pay the company $1.4 million in penalties and fees.
Utah’s lawsuit argues that the government’s action violates the state’s Fair Housing Act, the state Constitution, the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, and the Fair Housing, Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity Act.
The Lax Service has been operating in Utah since 1999.
It is one of the largest car rental services in the country.
The Lacters claims to have 4,000 rental vehicles in the state and has been the largest rental car company in the world for more than 20 years.
The lawsuit contends that the Utah Attorney General’s Office failed to make a fair decision in the company’s favor because the company failed to pay its employees.
The suit also says that the agency’s failure to comply with the law has left the state with an unfulfilled obligation to make good on its promises to the company.
The complaint also contends that Lax Services violated the Fair Labor and Employment Standards Act and the federal Family Medical Leave Act.