Regional motorists can now test-drive their digital driver licence, with the NSW Government launching the trial in Dubbo today.
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Digital driver licences will soon be accepted in Dubbo as part of the NSW Government’s trial ofthe new technology in the local region.Service NSW Dubbo Manager Paul Sutton encouraged residents to register and take part in thetrial.
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If you live in Dubbo, postcode 2830, you can now take part in the trial of the State's first new digital driver licence before it launches statewide.
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