If you have ever left your licence at home or hate carrying anything other than your phone, then there is some good news for you.
The Digital Driver Licence will be rolled in out in Wagga and across the state in the coming months.
More than 14,000 drivers are already using the technology, available via the Service NSW app, with trials underway in Dubbo, Albury and Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
Participants who opt-in can use their DDL, accessible on a mobile phone, for proof of identity and proof of age to gain entry into pubs and clubs as well for roadside police checks in the trial areas.
Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello said the Government is delivering on a promise, with the trials helping to inform the state-wide rollout of the technology.
"Smartphones have become de facto wallets and we're using cutting edge technology so that drivers can use a digital licence in everyday scenarios," he said.
"The DDL is hosted securely on the new Service NSW app, locks with a PIN and can be accessed offline.
"It will provide additional levels of security and protection against identity fraud, compared to the plastic driver licence."
To participate in the trials and a subsequent state-wide rollout, eligible licence holders will need to create a MyServiceNSW Account at www.service.nsw.gov.au, download the Service NSW mobile app on their smartphone and opt-in for the DDL.
However, during the trials, drivers who opt-in will still need to carry their plastic driver licence with them.
All drivers will need to carry their plastic driver licence across state borders.
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