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Around 400 Riviera Maya holiday motorists assisted by Green Angles roadside assistance

Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Around 400 vehicles in Quintana Roo were assisted by the Green Angles emergency auto service over the Easter holidays. According to Eduardo García Valdelamar who heads the agency in Quintana Roo, the Ángeles Verdes (Green Angles) provided service to around 400 vehicles.

“We served around 400 vehicles in which we helped a little more than a thousand tourists. In addition, we only had one single accident without any consequences of injuries or deaths,” he reported.

The most common service requests were tire-related. He said those requesting the service either had tires that were low on air or were flat and were without a spare. He said other tire-related service calls included motorists with a spare tire but no tools to change it.

Other common service calls included help with overheated engines and a lack of coolant, while engine belts and a lack of fuel were also common calls.

“Also a lot of overheating of engines, some with damage that prevented the vehicle from running again or problems with some hose or lack of antifreeze as well as the engine belt and even lack of fuel,” he said.

He also reported the most commonly helped motorists were national tourists.

A Cozumel motorists is being helped by Green Angles.

During the second half of the holidays, Green Angle personnel are reported to have assisted motorists traveling the Cancun Riviera Maya highway the most. The second busiest highway was Riviera Maya to Tulum and the third, on the island of Cozumel.