Saturday, May 18, 2019

Now Use your Driving License like an ATM card.


From 1st July 2019, new format licenses will be available in the whole country. The new driving license will also have a QR code with a chip.

Now Use your Driving License like an ATM card.

Now Use your Driving License like an ATM card. 


Your driving license is going to change in this year. From 1st July 2019, the new format of licenses will be available in the whole country. New driving licenses issued from all States and Union Territories will be the uniform in structure new driving license will also have a QR code with a chip. In addition to the print information on the card, the chip will include every driver and vehicle information. The Road Transport and Highways Ministry issued a notice to make it mandatory for all Regional Transport Authorities of States and Union Territories to issue Driving Licenses and Vehicle Registration Smart Cards as per Uniform format.  Even then States have their own decision to include additional features such as “Chip” and Near-Field Communication (NGC) in new cards. Ministry also specifies that these Chips in the smart cards should have the capacity to retain the stored information for at least ten years.   


New driving licenses include microchip like ATM card. In addition to this, the QR Code feature will also be included. The newest feature in it will be the Near Field Feature (NFC). With the help of this feature, the traffic police can get all the information contained in the card from the device kept by its side.

Now Use your Driving License like an ATM card.

Uniform driving license will save all the information printed in the chip. In case of any violation of the transport rules by the driver, there will be information about the crime and invoices involved in it, so that any old cases can be seen, if any rules are broken or even committed. Along with this, information about tax, insurance, and PUC (Pollution Under Control) will also be recorded.

Now Use your Driving License like an ATM card.


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