Posted May 03, 2018 02:16:50In an effort to address the growing number of people suffering from screen damage, the local authorities in the town of Soto Lara, about 30 kilometers (18 miles) west of Mexico City, have launched a new repair service.
On May 1, the town council decided to install a video screen repair system in the area.
According to local media, residents can request for repair to be done at any time during the week.
The video screen replacement service costs 1,000 pesos ($150), but residents can only use the system for one week.
The town has been the site of several incidents of screen damage in the past.
In December, for example, a group of about 100 residents were forced to use the repair system after a car struck a concrete wall and flipped onto its roof.
In April, a driver of a taxi was caught in a ditch and had to be rescued by a helicopter after his vehicle collided with a pole.
In February, residents in Soto Lamia complained that they had to repair a roof damaged by a car, which resulted in a fire that destroyed the entire town.