Electronic licence plates can be invalidated remotely
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The Tennessee Government has already brought drivers' licence registration into the 21st century by using self-service iPads for renewals. Now South Carolina may introduce electronic licence plates that use electronic ink to signal when a car is stolen, suspended or uninsured. Developed by Compliance Innovations, the plates – also known as eTags – can retain a digital image of the licence number for over ten years using similar technology to that found in e-readers. The plate is powered by electricity collected from the vibrations of the car when it's in motion, as well as an ultra-thin transparent solar panel overlayed…
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