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IN SOUTH KOREA STORING DRIVER'S LICENSE ON SMARTPHONE IS POSSIBLE

Published On 30 Jun 2020 02:42 PM


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  • In South Korea, now it can be possible to store driver license in the smartphone.
  • Big telecom companies of South Korea have teamed up with KoRoad to offer the service of digitized driver‘s license.
  • Efforts have been made to ensure that there are no identity thefts.

With digital technology becoming more advanced, many people have stopped carrying their w....


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