Maryland – Maryland has entered an agreement with Reviver, a technology company based out of California, to test digital license plates. As the two-year pilot program is set to begin, Rplates will replace traditional license plates on 22 government vehicles.
Reviver claims that its Rplates can track vehicle location and mileage, display weather and Amber Alerts, detect stolen plates and offer motorists more convenient ways to pay parking and toll fees. If the Rplates are deemed satisfactory, Maryland will join Arizona, California and Michigan in replacing its metal license plates with highly innovative digital plates.
Rplates range between $349 and $499 with a monthly subscription.