The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles has announced digital license plates are available for government and commercial fleets. State law authorizes the DMV to offer the plates.
The digital plates can add a new level of convenience, safety, and security to fleet management, according to a press release from the Texas DMV.
The new plates, manufactured by Reviver, became available June 1, 2022. Vehicles must already be registered in Texas to qualify for a digital plate. An additional annual $95 administrative fee is applied to the digital license plate orders.
Reviver's digital license plates are tamper-proof and allow for integrated telematics, according to its website. The company offers RFleet Dashboard, a software program that allows fleet managers to manage and track their vehicles.
“Offering digital licenses plates to commercial fleets is part of our ongoing commitment to streamline and modernize motor vehicle services," said Texas DMV Executive Director Daniel Avitia.