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DMVs have long provided organizations and individuals alike with a key identity verification tool in the form of a physical driver’s license. Today, DMVs are facing pressure on how to modernize the role they play in identity verification to meet the needs of an increasingly digital world while at the same time ensuring individual safety, privacy, and convenience.

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A bill in the Illinois House of Representatives proposes giving residents the option of having a digital driver’s license, which could bring the days of needing to have your license in your wallet to an end. The legislation, introduced by Illinois Rep. Kam Buckner, would allow drivers to legally present a digital version of their driver’s license when requested by law enforcement during a traffic stop or checkpoint.

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Illinois could become the next U.S. state to offer digital driver’s licenses. As smartphones become more commonplace across the entire population, digital debit and credit card payment applications have gone from a convenient alternative to an actual replacement for some people. The growing normalcy for handheld technology in our everyday lives has now created a demand to digitize another card in our wallets, our driver’s license.

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Illinois may become the next state to offer a digitized driver’s license. House Bill 1110, introduced by Representative Kam Buckner, aims to amend the Illinois Vehicle Code to permit the use of a digitized driver’s license. This would enable Illinois residents to show a digitized license to law enforcement officers during traffic stops or checkpoints, without the risk of receiving a citation for not having a physical copy.

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