holding a smartphone to a screen to read the mobile driver's license An image on the website of Utah's Department of Public Safety depicts a mobile driver's license being used with an ATM.

Utah's third-largest credit union will test a state driver's license that exists on a person's mobile phone and can be read by nearby devices of the credit union and other vendors to confirm a person's identity.

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