Mexico City Cabbies Not Amused With Order to Paint Cars Pink

Every few years Mexico City’s taxis are required to repaint their vehicles, at their own expenses, with the city choosing the mandatory colors. Many cabbies joke that the mayor’s brother must own a paint company in Mexico, but there is not any jokes with this year’s new color announcement.

All 140,000 licensed taxis will be required to paint their vehicles “Rosa Mexicana” a color very similar to Pepto Bismol.

Taxi drivers are not only fuming about the color choice or the cost of a new paint job, they are also fuming over the confusion the one . . .

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