Mexico City to reform traffic laws over accidents

On the roads of Mexico City, where you do not have to take a test to get a driving licence, three people are killed every day, on average, and thousands of traffic accidents reported.

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    In one of the world’s largest cities, Mexico City, you do not have to take a test to get a driving licence.

    On the roads of Mexico City, three people are killed every day, on average, and thousands of traffic accidents reported.

    Now reckless drivers are under government pressure to steer away from bad habits.

     

    Al Jazeera's David Mercer reports from Mexico City.


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