(CBS DETROIT) — Michigan drivers who are looking for something a little extra may be interested in a digital license plate.

The state is the third in the U.S. to approve the use of digital license plates, following behind California and Arizona.

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This comes about three years after the effort initially passed in the state Legislature, allowing the usage of digital plates.

The RPlate, which was developed by California-based company Reviver, offers two options: a battery-powered, self-installed model with a replaceable five-year battery at $19.95 a month, and a hard-wired, professionally installed model with integrated telematics features and a backlit display at $24.95 a month.

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Both devices offer a platform for drivers to connect their vehicle with services including registration renewal, vehicle location services and security features.

For more information and to purchase a license plate, visit reviver.com.

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