E-Plates – the future of driving? Licens …

expiredE-Plates – the future of driving? License plates may not seem like a product that requires improvement, but Compliance Innovations begs to differ. They’ve come up with “e-plates” that use an electronic ink display. They cost a lot more than traditional plates — over $100 versus less than $5. However, they allow the DMV or police to remotely change what the license plate displays. So if you’re late with your registration payment, “Expired” appears in bright red letters. No state has yet decided to adopt these e-plates, but it’s only a matter of time.