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Lost ID Cards May Be Thing of the Past as States Go Electronic

Update: 5:43 p.m. EST

Insurance agents getting calls from clients about lost auto-insurance cards could soon become a thing of the past as more states seek to legalize the use of electronic ID cards.

Wyoming is looking to become the latest state to adopt such a system, with legislators considering a bill that would allow motorists to use an electronic format for proof of insurance for a police stop.

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