Digital License Plates News Release

Texas DMV


NEWS RELEASE

Move over, metal license plates

Digital plates are now available for commercial fleets in Texas

(AUSTIN, Texas – June 14, 2022) Everything is going digital these days – even license plates! Eligible commercial fleet owners now have the option to put a high-tech tool on the back of their vehicles. Digital license plates can add a new level of convenience, safety, and security to fleet management.

State law authorizes the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TxDMV) to offer digital license plates to government and commercial fleet vehicles. These plates, manufactured by Reviver, became available on June 1, 2022. Multiple plate models are available at different prices through Reviver. The vehicle must already be registered in Texas to qualify for a digital license plate. An additional annual $95 administrative fee is applied to digital license plate orders.

“Texans rely on commercial vehicles for the safe and efficient movement of goods and services that are crucial to supporting the state’s economy” said TxDMV Executive Director Daniel Avitia. “Offering digital licenses plates to commercial fleets is part of our ongoing commitment to streamline and modernize motor vehicle services.”

Eligible commercial fleet owners interested in upgrading to digital plates or reviewing pricing options may visit Reviver.com/geo-expansion/texas/.

Media Contact:
Media@TxDMV.gov
(512) 465-1484
Customer Contact:
AskDMV@TxDMV.gov
1-888-368-4689

The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles registers and titles motor vehicles, licenses motor vehicle dealers, credentials motor carriers, issues oversize/overweight permits, investigates complaints against dealers and motor carriers, and awards grants to law enforcement agencies to reduce vehicle burglaries and thefts. Learn more at www.TxDMV.gov. Subscribe to receive TxDMV news releases via email or text message.

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