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CA Testing Pilot Program for Digital Driver’s Licenses

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The state of California is currently experimenting with a pilot program that will allow individuals to download a digital copy of their driver’s license onto their smart phones. Those interested can download a free app (available for for both Apple and Android devices) that allows them to scan their ID into an exact digital copy. As always, the issue of security was raised but Anita Gore, deputy director of public affairs for the DMV, said the DMV wallet is secured through the use of biometrics and encryption. While certain locations, such as LAX, currently accept digital licenses, it is not a proof of identification accepted nationwide. Those interested in participating, can go to dmv.ca.gov/portal/ca-dmv-wallet.


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