The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles has launched a mobile driver's license pilot study that will run for six months, according to a release from the Delaware Department of Transportation.
The six-month pilot study will include about 200 state employees and stakeholders.
"Delaware is among the first states to test a mobile driver's license, and we're excited to help move this new technology forward," said Gov. John Carney said in the release.
Transportation Secretary Jennifer Cohan believes the pilot will help the state how mobile driver's licenses work in real-world scenarios.