New Car Rental Regulations Introduced in Malta

According to The Times of Malta, the car rental sector in the European country, Malta, may face a new set of regulations from the Ministry for Infrastructure, Transport and Communications to regulate rental cars on the road.

Transport Malta, car rental companies represented by the Rent-a-Car Association, government agencies and other travel organizations published a set of draft regulations that establish several responsibilities for those operating a car rental company. The regulations outline liabilities, penalties such as the ability to revoke the license to operate, vehicle standards, consumer rights and insurance regulations, as well as record-keeping guidelines.

The public can submit feedback on the draft regulations up until Aug. 10.

To view the full article from The Times of Malta, click the URL:
http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20120718/local/new-regulations-proposed-for-car-rental-sector.429089

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