WASHINGTON - Would another $680 million help out cash-strapped New York City? How about $58 million more for Milwaukee, or $30 million for Detroit?
Those cities would reap millions if they could collect on unpaid traffic and parking tickets, but in an era when speed cameras, red light cameras and high-tech parking meters have created multimillion-dollar municipal revenue streams, record numbers of tickets are going unpaid.
Now your credit score might take the hit if you're one of the millions of scofflaws who thought you could shred that ticket summons with impunity.
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