Digital Driver’s Licenses Coming To North Carolina

Digital Driver’s Licenses Coming To North Carolina





Governor Roy Cooper signed House Bill 199 into law, allowing North Carolinians to opt for digital driver’s licenses starting July 2025.

The bill provides an option for a mobile license, similar to using Apple Pay or Google Pay for concert tickets and car insurance cards. North Carolina’s Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will issue these digital licenses, which will include the same data as a physical license and can be linked to a mobile device.

According to the text of the bill, “the DMV will study the implementation process, including costs, staffing needs, security, and potential impact on revenue. The findings will be reported to the General Assembly by January 1, 2025.”

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