digital driver's license takes effect in some Brazilian states

According to the determination of CONTRAN, the digital CNH deployment process in Detrans across the country to be completed by February next year.
16/11/2017 16h20 - Updated 17/11/2017 17h33
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Wendel Sousa – Agency Brazil

The Traffic Department of the Federal District (DMV-DF) launched on Thursday (16) the National Portfolio Service Enablement (CNH) no digital format. Electronic CNH replaces the printed, since both have the same legal value. The digital version of the document will be valid for the entire national territory.

After the state of Goiás, DF is the second unit of the Federation to computerize the service. In practice, digital CNH facilitate the identification, both drivers.

The digital CNH application can be downloaded on Google Play and App Store platforms. Drivers who already have the printed CNH with QR Code (digital reading code for mobile phones) may request the digital document in Denatran service portal. Besides being with the updated data in the DMV system, it is necessary that the driver has received the license after May this year, month in which the driver's licenses began to be made with the QR Code. The update of the data can be made by phone 154 or at DMV-DF site.

Digital CNH stores data within a cryptographic system of access to information. "The two-dimensional code is a security item that is already present, since May, the new drivers and printed portfolios, now, the digital document with an even safer system. To view the application on CNH, you must have a four-digit password obtained via the site Denatran ", said the director-president of the National Data Processing Service (Serpro), Glória Guimarães.

According to the determination of the National Traffic Council (Contran), the digital CNH deployment process in Detrans across the country to be completed by February next year.


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