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A man who works as an unofficial parking attendant, known as a "franelero," walks past cars he guards in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. Here and in other well-to-do areas of traffic-choked Mexico City, authorities are trying to take back the streets by installing parking meters. Often the only option is to pay the ad hoc attendants, known as "franeleros" for the rags - "franelas" - they use to signal cars in and out of parking spaces they have commandeered. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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A man who works as an unofficial parking attendant, known as a "franelero," walks past cars he guards in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. Here and in other well-to-do areas of traffic-choked Mexico City, authorities are trying to take back the streets by installing parking meters. Often the only option is to pay the ad hoc attendants, known as "franeleros" for the rags - "franelas" - they use to signal cars in and out of parking spaces they have commandeered. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
A man who works as an unofficial parking attendant, known as a "franelero," walks past cars he guards in the Roma neighborhood of Mexico City, Saturday, Jan. 19, 2013. Here and in other well-to-do areas of traffic-choked Mexico City, authorities are trying to take back the streets by installing parking meters. Often the only option is to pay the ad hoc attendants, known as "franeleros" for the rags - "franelas" - they use to signal cars in and out of parking spaces they have commandeered. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)
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