US allows digital license plates
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Digital license plates allow you to broadcast advertisements or signal theft of a car. In addition, they can be personalized with graphics or a custom font.
The US became the first country in the world to legalize digital license plates. The states of California, Arizona, Michigan and Texas were the first to allow them. This is reported by the Carscoops website.
In California, digital car numbers have already begun to be issued. It was in this state that they were tested over the past five years, and 10,000 machines were involved in the tests. The California police approved the innovation. It is noteworthy that earlier sticker numbers were also allowed in this state.
Instead of standard license plates, cars are equipped with small displays that display license plates. The screens are shockproof and waterproof.
The new technology has a number of advantages. For example, it is possible to personalize the license plate with graphics, patterns, or custom fonts. You can also broadcast ads on the display, but only if the car is parked.
In addition, the screen is equipped with a GPS tracker, and in case of car theft, a corresponding notification will appear on the screen. That is, it will be more difficult for attackers to hide on such a machine.
So far, only one Reviver company produces digital license plates, and they are not sold, but rented to drivers. A battery-powered display (with a 5-year charge) costs $19.95 per month, while a wired screen connected to the car costs $24.95 per month.