• Glenn Wilson
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    Qroo Paul: This is a common question that I’m asked directly by readers of the blog and that I see pop up from time to time in Facebook groups about Mexico.

    Judging by the comments on Facebook, the consensus among tourists and expats is that the answer is a firm “no” and that it’s only a bluff by a corrupt cop to get a bribe. That prevailing belief leads to some very interesting recommendations from fellow group members that vary from refusing to handover your license to carrying a stack of laminated copies of your license in your glove box.

    Many of the recommendations, if followed, could land you a starring role in a future episode of Locked Up Abroad. Perhaps I’ll address them in a future post, but for now, let’s just answer the million dollar question that appears in the title.

    Continue reading Qroo Paul at: Mexico: Can the Police Lawfully Keep My Drivers License Until I Pay a Traffic Ticket? More #QrooPaul.

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