Eventually, every part of your car may just be a screen. The dashboard is already pretty much there and more family cars have screens embedded into the backs of the seats to keep the little ones busy. Now, cars in Michigan can start using digital license plates that replace the familiar stamped metal with a digital display. The tech comes from a company called Rplate, and the press release has one of the most perfect uses of tech PR jargon I've seen in some time. It says that the plate, "…transforms today's stamped metal license plate into a sleek, digital, high-definition display and offers a platform to simplify daily life with vast potential for future innovation."