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General Motors reveals an app that lets mobile phone users contact drivers simply by scanning their number plates
 
General Motors’ Chinese research and development arm has announced its idea of a smartphone app – dubbed DiDi Plate - enabling drivers to text others, by simply scanning their number plate with their camera.

In its promotional video for the technology, GM uses a man asking the girl in front of him on a date, as well as a woman scanning the number plate of the car that’s blocking her in a parking space as examples of how the app would be used.

The system simply scans the number plate and enables the driver to get in contact with the owner, whether or not the recipient has downloaded the app.
 



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General Motors Reveals App That Allows You To Text Other Drivers By Their License Plate Number

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