A new digital printing process for specialty license plates will save money, that's according to state officials. However, many motorists don't like the look of the new tags because they don't have raised numbers or letters. Officials say the state began using the technology in August, to print government, vanity, and other specialty tags, which represent about one of every ten plates in the state. The process involves affixing plastic, computer-generated images to flat peices of steel. The state says other license plates will still be made the old way.