License plates taken from drivers who owe traffic fines are stored in a warehouse in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Many people with U.S. cars find it quicker and easier to just replace the plates or driving licenses that Juarez police routinely confiscate to guarantee payment. The city says it is owed about $10 million in fines. (Associated Press)

License plates taken from drivers who owe traffic fines are stored in a warehouse in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Many people with U.S. cars find it quicker and easier to just replace the plates or driving licenses that Juarez police routinely confiscate to guarantee payment. The city says it is owed about $10 million in fines. (Associated Press)