I wanted to share the update regarding our progress with the efforts to pass a law in the state of Alabama to authorize the use of electronic license plate.
Through the support of Senator Jabo Waggoner of Alabama District 12, who is assisting us with the progress, we’ve been to make some positive progress. After the senator agreed to take up the task of proposing the bill in the Alabama legislature, he told us that we will need the blessings of some of the agencies with regulatory authority over the DMV in the state. So far, we have met with and presented our idea to representatives from the Dept. of Revenue, the DMV and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. They have separately informed us that they like our technology and will implement the law authorizing the use of electronic license plate in the state of Alabama once the law is passed.
As part of the process, another meeting is scheduled in the last week of January 2019. In attendance at the meeting will include, our team, Senator Jabo Waggoner, representatives from the Dept. of revenue, the DMV, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. The purpose of the meeting is for the senator to have a final agreement with all three agencies at the same time. They will also use the meeting to discuss any other concerns that may arise. They will be one more meeting between our team, the senator’s office and the chairman of the Alabama senate transportation committee. If everything goes according to plan, the introduction of the bill will follow.
More updates on this will come as we continue in the process.
Our meeting with the Department of revenue and DMV in Montgomery Alabama. Our CEO is third from the left.
Our meeting with Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. From left to right; Sue Capps head of Alabama highway patrol. Our CEO Emmanuel Umoh, Hal Taylor Secretary of ALEA, Colonel Charles Ward Acting Director of ALEA, Heather Pyrlik Governmental Manager of ALEA.