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Digital Platemaking

Published on May 4, 2018

One state is making your driver’s license digital. It will now become an app on your phone. Law enforcement can now ping you. Kansas is also incorporating electronic data into your license plate. Forget speed cameras. Now they can track us electronically.

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By Gordon Pritchard on May 04, 2018

Digit-all.

 

By Craig Kevghas on May 04, 2018

Think how many police-related incidents we'll avoid once officers start texting citations directly, without having to leave their cars. Excuses will have to be submitted via PDFs to the judge.

Under the notion that "driving is a privilege and NOT a right", DMVs can institute just about anything they deem necessary.

 

By Werner Rebsamen on May 10, 2018

Drivers License on the phone? What about low or no battery power? Printed items do not need such power. We can say - "that's the power of Printing!"

 

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