The ReviverMX pilot program will start with state-owned vehicles and then proceed to statewide use. - Photo: Reviver

The ReviverMX pilot program will start with state-owned vehicles and then proceed to statewide use.

Photo: Reviver

Reviver, developer of Rplate digital license plates, announced Feb. 9 that the State of Florida has filed legislation to authorize the use of the company's digital license plates (DLP). The Florida program will begin as a pilot program for state-owned vehicles and then proceed to statewide use subsequently.

Florida's program is scheduled to begin July 1. During that time, the Reviver Rplate and Rplate Pro DLPs will be used on a variety of government vehicles to ensure they meet all current state requirements for license plates. Additionally, the features Reviver's DLPs offer will also be evaluated. Among the features the study will look into are the Rplate's ability to display graphics, logos, and public safety messages. The state plans to evaluate unique graphical displays for fleet and government officials' vehicles, as well as the plate's ability to display emergency alerts and other public safety messages.

Foremost among their studies will be Reviver's ability to enable digital vehicle registration and registration renewal managed by an encrypted app that enables a vehicle owner to automatically renew registration online and display the update on the Rplate. The process eliminates the need to deal with the stickers and associated Motor Vehicle Administration paperwork sent through the mail. Reviver's DLP's also offer a variety of personalization and communication features including assorted designs and banner messages that can be part of the plate display.

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