Which states offer mobile drivers licenses?
As of October 2023, the following states have active mDLs:
Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Florida, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, and Utah.
Where can mobile drivers licenses be used?
The TSA accepts these IDs at select airports. Wider rollout and adoption is expected in the near future with use cases for age verification, hotel check-in, car rental, banking, and more.
How many people are using digital IDs in states that offer them?
Louisiana was the first state to launch a digital ID in 2018 with LA Wallet. As of 2023, 66% of eligible adults are using the app. So adoption of electronic IDs is strong and growing.
Which states have announced plans for a mobile drivers license?
As of October 2023, the following states have announced plans to launch a mobile drivers license:
California, Connecticut, Kentucky, Hawaii, Indiana, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia as well as Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico.
What security features are on digital IDs?
mDLs require biometric access such as a fingerprint or face ID to access the credential. This, combined with verification from the issuing authority when the ID is added to the application or wallet, make them extraordinarily secure.
When will my state offer a digital ID?
We update our tracker map quarterly. Stay tuned to see if your state has a mobile drivers license in the works!