Among top making switch to digital licence

MORE than 10,000 Auburn and Merrylands motorists have made the switch to a digital driver’s licence (DDL).

They were among the top 10 suburbs to take up the new technology since it was officially launched on November 3.
Auburn motorists were fifth with 5,617 downloading their licence, followed by Merrylands in sixth with 4,823.
Minister for Customer Service, Victor Dominello, said the Government was working with industry to enable the DDL to be used in more day-to-day situations.
“The ultimate vision is for people to be confident going wallet free, knowing that DDL will be accepted in most situations where a driver’s licence is required for proof of identity,” Mr Dominello said.
To get a DDL, visit