In order to continue making national tourism move towards development and have increasingly better quality standards, the head of the Superintendence of Land Transportation of People, Cargo and Goods (Sutran), Patricia Cama, advised all groups of the National Chamber of Tourism of Peru (Canatur), at the national level to use formal transport in the transfer of people.
This through a statement addressed to Carlos Canales, president of Canatur, and it expresses the desire to continue working together with the objective that more companies in the tourism sector have formal transportation that have the authorization of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications.
“It is crucial that Canatur members verify that their drivers have the appropriate driver’s license to provide the transport service. And that the units have the Certificate of Vehicle Technical Inspection (CITV) and the Mandatory Traffic Accident Insurance (SOAT) in force ”, emphasized Cama.
The authority warned that some tourism companies offer services in the country in different modalities, including full day, without adhering to current regulations, especially in long holidays, such as next week on the occasion of August 30 .
Recall that the use of non-formal means of transport caused many loss of life in the past, it is only enough to remember the year 2017 when a tourist bus got lost in the sector of La Alameda de los Bobos, in the district of Rímac, in Cerro San Cristóbal, leaving as tragic balance at least 10 dead and more than 50 wounded.