For a price, Michigan drivers can now have digital license plates installed on their vehicles, which can track down lost automobiles and send out public safety alerts.
The maker of the connected plates, Reviver, has announced that homeowners and companies in Michigan can now purchase the gadget (dubbed the RPlate) online.
Customers can pick from two models: a battery-powered plate or a hard-wired plate with GPS.
The plates have already been sold in California and Arizona, and the company hopes to expand their distribution nationwide.
But what is a digital license plate, exactly? The RPlate is a license plate with a high-definition display and LTE connectivity, as well as a number of security and personalization options.
Drivers can choose between dark and light modes, as well as personalized messaging for the bottom of the screen.