China’s Ministry of Public Security began testing a digitalized vehicle registration license policy in 60 cities on Monday to refine traffic management services.

Chinese law requires motorists to carry a driver’s license and vehicle registration certificate while driving. More than 2.15 million digitized licenses were issued by the ministry on Monday in 60 cities, which include Beijing and Tianjin.

The ministry also improved online traffic services to promote a car replacement subsidy program on its 12123 Traffic Management platform, from which more than 63,000 drivers have benefited.

The improved online traffic services have provided accuracy and convenience to more than 4 million people and businesses, according to the ministry.


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