Du said a hurdle to the production of Di Di Plate or something like it is GM’s desire to insert apps into a vehicle’s infotainment system.But as dash cams become more ubiquitous, GM’s prototype app is probably a glimpse into the future more than anything else.In addition, Weiser warned that if one plate is eliminated, it will be expensive and difficult to collect license plates that are no longer in service, costing taxpayers money."We don't want them floating around. The Iowa Department of Transportation hasn't taken a position on the one-plate debate.But eliminating the front license plate would prevent people from avoiding detection of unregistered vehicles by splitting plate pairs on two vehicles, DOT officials said previously.Sales representatives need to inform new car buyers that Iowa law requires a front license plate and then get permission to install it."We are always in support of one plate," said Brad Epperly, a lobbyist for the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association.In addition, many new vehicles are designed with bumpers that cause low-hanging license plates to strike curbs, damaging the plates, according to car dealers.Iowa motorists would only need a single license plate placed on the rear of most vehicles under a bill that's resurfaced in the Iowa Legislature.Senate File 2122, supported by the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association, is aimed at reigniting a debate that began two years ago between law enforcement officials, who believe two plates are important for identification purposes, and car lovers, who don't want to install license plates on classic cars and other expensive vehicles. Ansgar, who chaired the meeting, returned the bill without recommendation to the full Senate Transportation Committee.
License plates dating back to the early '60s typically cost about .A video demo at the conference run by John Du, director of GM’s China R&D Division, even highlighted a scenario where a male driver scans the license plate in front of him in order to see that female driver’s profile.He smoothly proceeds to tell her that he’s going to a mountain and would like someone to go with, to which she responds, “OK, let’s go together.” However, there are other practical (and less creepy) uses for the app.That is, if the owner can find a set of plates issued for the year of manufacture of his car, there is provision within the law to register those plates to the car.Most states legislate their use under their antique vehicle licensing regulations, so if you wish to use "vintage" plates, check with your DMV. Go there and, if the person at the desk gives you the "deer in the headlights" look, ask to see a supervisor.