For years the push to replace physical drivers licenses with digital drivers licenses has relied one one thing; privacy.
But all of the "fake news" the public has been fed about their privacy is about to come "crashing" down, literally.
A Nevada bill if passed would allow police to search everyone's smartphones.
Nevada bill AB200 allows police to search the phones of everyone involved in a car crash.
"An act relating to motor vehicles; authorizing a peace officer at the scene of a traffic crash to use technology to determine if a driver was using a handheld wireless communications device at the time of the crash; requiring the suspension of the driver's license of a driver who refuses a request by a peace officer to use such technology; providing penalties; and providing other matters properly."