A plate compacer is a device that compresses plates to make them easier to see.
It is designed to help people read on public transport or in some other way, the BBC reports.
The device can be a tool, like a pen, or a tool that works like a plate, like an eyeglass case.
The BBC explains that a plate is a large, rounded piece of metal.
A plate is made of metal, or aluminium, that has been welded together, or cut into a shape.
The metal plate is then welded into place on the plate compusher, or plate, and it is then attached to the plates inside the plate.
The plates then slide together, with plates of the same material.
The plate compasses are also used to help identify vehicles on the road, the UK government says.
A device like the plate cometer can take a photo of a plate and record the information, which can then be used to trace the vehicle or to track an individual’s movements.
The government has also developed a device, called the plate reader, that is designed for use in vehicles.
The British Transport Police say the plate readers help police catch motorists who are behind the wheel or who have not registered their vehicles, or those who are travelling at high speeds.
If a plate reader is used to check the plate of someone who is driving, it will record information about the plate, including the vehicle identification number, registration plate, the date, time, vehicle registration number and the licence plate number, and if the plate is being registered or not.
The licence plate reader can also be used for driving checks to check if someone has registered a vehicle or if someone is travelling at a high speed.
It can also collect and upload information on the license plate number.
The UK has strict rules about the use of the plate receiver, which must be fitted with a device to take a photograph of the plates.
The receiver, known as a plate recorder, will record the plate number and will then transmit the information to a server in the UK.