In Belize, Uber drivers have been using a feature that lets them hail a ride in a local carpool.
That means that people can get in and out of Belize at a rate of 3.5 meters per minute.
The driver, however, can only hail a rider with a valid driver’s license, according to a blog post from the Belize Tourism Authority.
The feature is supposed to help prevent a repeat of the incident in Belize.
Uber drivers in Belosian resorts are using the same system, so the issue is being handled at the same time.
It’s unclear why the Belo_s Tourism Authority didn’t make the decision to pull the feature from the app, or if the drivers are still using it.
In the post, the Belite Tourism Authority stated that they are currently working on a way to update the driver’s information to match the local taxi drivers, but it’s unclear if the new feature is in place yet.
“We would like to extend our apologies to the drivers who were affected,” the statement said.
“We apologize for the inconvenience caused by the driver not being able to hail riders.”
Uber said in a statement that the drivers can continue to use the feature.
“Our team is working on the solution to this issue, and we will continue to update our drivers about this as soon as we can,” Uber said.
Uber is also working on ways to improve safety in the city, including the use of automated cameras to monitor drivers and riders.
Belizean tourism is in a rough spot.
There’s a severe shortage of taxis and a lack of hotels in the area, making it difficult for locals to stay safe and secure.
Many hotels in Beloise have closed down and locals have taken to Craigslist to find work, often to the detriment of their personal safety.
Uber, for its part, has been using technology to boost its app’s performance.
Its cars have been seen to operate at speeds of up to 80 kilometers per hour (50 miles per hour).