And the trend of documents used every day by Brazilians (or part of them, at least) gaining digital versions continues in full swing! After the Driver's License, the Work Permit and the Voter License, now it was the turn of the National Traffic Council (Contran) announce that the Vehicle Licensing Registration Certificate (CRLV) will have an electronic version.
O CRLVe, how to be called, be able to replace the physical document and be, like the CNH, developed by the Federal Data Processing Service (Serpro). There are still not many details on how the application works, its first prototype should be presented soon, but it is already known that Detrans from all states and the Federal District should be ready for the new technology by December 31, 2018.
As with the current paper licensing document, the emission of its digital version will also only be released after settling all debts related to the vehicle, such as fines and taxes. Once received, the electronic document that is mandatory to carry will have the same legal value as the paper model, and law enforcement officials will be able to use it to check vehicle information.
Good initiative, isn't it? Now let's see what is the next document to find the way for smartphones
via Digital Convergence