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Michigan Law Enables Digital License Plates

Posted on January 18, 2019
Reviver's Neville Boston (L) and Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson collaborated on a law that enables digital license plates in the state. (Photo courtesy of Reviver Auto)
Reviver's Neville Boston (L) and Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson collaborated on a law that enables digital license plates in the state. (Photo courtesy of Reviver Auto)

Michigan lawmakers have passed a law that would allow commercial and government fleets to use digital license plates.

The act, known as House Bill 4990 when it was first introduced in 2017, became Public Act 656 of 2018. It was passed by the state's legislature on Dec. 21 and signed by outgoing Gov. Rick Snyder on Dec. 31.

As a result, fleets and other residents can apply to use a digital license plate.

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