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DNI on the mobile: when can it be downloaded and how the application works

Date: July 23, 2024 Time: 02:01:25

The mobile phone is now essential in everyday life to carry out all types of procedures. In addition to receiving calls or sending messages, it is also a GPS, music player and even a payment method thanks to the possibility of including credit cards. Now we know that, within “very soon”, it will also be possible to carry the National Identity Document. After the ‘My DGT’ app lands to carry your driving license digitally, it is your turn to add your DNI and always have it accessible on your smartphone.

Thanks to a video published on Instagram and Tiktok on the profiles of the National Police, we know that the time to be able to carry your ID online is getting closer. As clarified by an agent in the reel, identification will be done through a QR code and will be valid for both public and private procedures.

Through its social networks, the National Police clears up this mystery for users who have asked on numerous occasions for an official way to always carry their documentation on their mobile phone, as they already do with their driving license. Thanks to an app with your electronic ID, which does not yet have a name, you can use it for any registration process such as opening a bank account, checking in at a hotel or renting a vehicle during your vacation. That is, with the virtual DNI, which will be electronically signed by the National Police, you will be able to prove your identity.

Driving license on your mobile phone to avoid fines

The driving license, the Technical Vehicle Inspection (ITV) card and the vehicle’s circulation permit are the mandatory documents that, according to the DGT, you must carry in the car if you want to avoid a possible penalty. Not having them represents a breach of the law that can end with a financial fine that, if you do not have insurance, can reach 3,000 euros.

In 2020, the General Directorate of Traffic (DGT) published the mobile application ‘My DGT’. Thanks to this, drivers can carry all the documentation in digital format on their smartphone. However, it is recommended to carry all of this documents on paper in case the phone runs out of battery or the mobile device breaks, preventing access to digital information.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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