If we’re being honest, outside of a James Bond or heist scenario where you need to be changing plates to avoid detection, we don’t really see the need for a digital license plate. That said, the Reviver Auto Rplate Pro Digital License plate is still pretty damn cool and could be convenient enough to warrant slapping on all of your vehicles. The plate itself uses a bi-stable monochromatic display that makes it easy to read in all conditions. The license plate with a brain can be controlled through their Rconnect software, which makes it possible to change up your cause plates, automatically renew registration and even securely transfer ownership/title. The convenience of automatic registration renewals alone might make it worth it. Right now, the Rplate is only available in California, but there’s a pilot program running in Arizona. If the tests prove effective, we image they’ll be rolling out the tech to all the other states in the future.
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