Having to carry your phone and your licence around when you hit the town will soon be a thing of the past with digital licences due to be rolled out across the state.
Legislation will be introduced to parliament in the next two weeks to enable the phased state-wide rollout of the digital driver licence. This follows a trial in Dubbo last year where more than 1400 residents used a digital licence.
They will be made available through the Service NSW app on mobile phones. Drives who decide to go for a digital service will also be provided a physical card but won’t be required to carry it with them.