DMV.us.org Reviews Going Green as West Virginia Switches to Digital License Plates

Recently, West Virginia revealed the need to switch to digital license plates to save money for the state and to help to environment. DMV.us.org shares how they're going "green" too for 2013.

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This change in license plate production for West Virginia will help the state save money and become a more 'green' place.

Charleston, WV (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

DMV.us.org, a leading driving records website, shares that West Virginia has opted to change license plate manufacturing to digitally printed plates rather than embossed plates. This will produce new plates that will save money and be more legible to law enforcement and other drivers on the road.

The West Virginia Gazette shares, "They're also more environmentally friendly because they don't have to be painted." The Gazette also shares that the retired WV Division of Motor Vehicles commissioner expects the switch to save at least $600k per year for the state.

The state will also not be using a number or first letter system to signify expiration months on license plates. The plate's digital decal will indicated expiration month and the color will signify the year of expiration.

This change in license plate production for West Virginia will help the state save money and become a more "green" place. Through this efficient production other states can follow suit to do the same.

DMV.us.org supports going green and does its own effort in doing so by providing online driving history reports without the paper processing of a normal state DMV record. For more information on driving records visit the nationwide database today.

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