Colorado is the first state to test digital drivers licenses.  

It's a new app and a way for your DL to be stored on your smartphone. It works just like the version in your wallet and can be used to present to law enforcement, for airport security, and to verify your age for purchase of age-restricted goods.

The cyber-security company, Gemalto was awarded a federal grant of $2 million to develop the technology and test the program.

These new DDL's will not only replace your traditional DL's, it will also give you the ability to limit the amount of info you display given the situation. You can show all your info to an officer but will have the option to just show your DOB to the cashier at the liquor store.

Colorado residents will have this new digital option soon. You can find out more about this program by clicking HERE.

Credit: News Channel13