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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.

Utah Community Credit Union of Provo ($2.4 billion in assets, 218,780 members) will host events June 29 at its Draper branch and June 30 at its Lehi branch, where members can sign up to become the first state residents to sign up for a mobile driver’s license (mDLs).

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