Digital license plates have been piloted in California since 2018, now available to all of the state’s 27 million drivers
On October 5, the state passed the Motor Vehicle Digital Plate Number Plate Bill, which allows motorists in California to replace their traditional metal license plates with mounted digital plates
Digital plates come in two models: wired and battery-powered. Unlike regular metal plates, in which registration is paid for two years or one year, drivers can choose to pay for their plates annually or monthly.
Monthly rates for battery-powered plates start at $19.95 per month or $215.40 per year for a four-year agreement.
Bernard Soriano said that digital plates would simplify the DMV process, with the benefit of allowing drivers to renew their registration without having to step inside the DMV – a benefit not only for drivers but also for employees.
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