Californians Can Now Carry Driver’s Licenses on Their Phone as Part of Pilot Program

California is experimenting with digital driver’s licenses.

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Residents can download the CA DMV Wallet app on their smartphone and follow the instructions to scan their driver’s license, or ID. The mobile driver’s license program is in a pilot phase, limiting participation to 1.5 million people, according to the California Department of Motor Vehicles.

Several airports, including Los Angeles International Airport, accept mobile licenses as a form of identification. But users should still carry their physical driver’s license — law enforcement, state government agencies and businesses are not yet accepting the mobile licenses.

The pilot program began in May with a limited pool of participants and expanded to the public in August, according to NBC.

Click here to read the full article in the LA Times

Comments

  1. And – as many are unsettled by having an app on their phone – maybe just a scan of it should be sufficient. Apps can track you and get into whatever else you may have on your phone.
    Really – do you want the CA gov’t to be tracking you????

  2. It’s not only the tracking of the individual by CA government, what about the world tracking? The insanity of this world and idiots buy into the programs to be RULED??? what don’t you get????

  3. let alone the FRAUDULENT aspects of all APPS on your phone…..

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