There are more than 6,000 vehicles seized on the roads, but these cars are saturating transit campuses.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transportation (MOPT) is seeking resources to build new campuses to put these vehicles.
The director of the MOPT, Francisco Jiménez, said that, with the largest number of vehicles seized most are for breaking speed limits.
He said the reduction in traffic fines have soared largely cause of road accidents, and now there are fewer drivers who do not respect the road rules.
For the reductions the Costa Rican appeal their fines and for this reason the Ministry did not make the respective charges.