Auto vendor Alejandro Villalobos parked a green 2002 Toyota Sequoia with 90,000 miles outside a shuttered supermarket which doubles as a used car lot one day a week.
Villalobos priced the SUV at 110,000 pesos -- roughly $8,500 -- and wrote a single word on the windshield: "Legalized."
Mexico has about 6 million imported cars on its roads -- vehicles not made to be sold in the Mexican market -- and many are used cars and trucks that are simply driven over the border from the United States and not registered here legally.
Source: USA Today. Read full article. (link)