State Reminds Digital Driver’s License Users to Wear Clothes for Photos

Digital driver’s licenses and IDs have become easy ways for people to always remember their identification when they leave the house. Unfortunately, it’s come with some drawbacks, including those with Georgia’s new digital driver’s licenses and IDs who are now being reminded by the state to take pictures with their clothes on.

The Georgia Department of Driver Services issued a statement on Facebook reminding residents that are taking advantage of the state’s new system to take pictures with their clothes on. Residents are being asked to ensure they are “keeping things classy” when snapping selfies for their digital licenses and IDs.

The new system allows Apple Wallet users to leave their physical copies in their wallets when passing through TSA checkpoints.

“Attention, lovely people of the digital era,” the post read. “Please take pictures with your clothes on when submitting them for your Digital Driver’s License and IDs.”

It was unclear whether the reminder was actually necessary because some residents failed to follow the advice earlier. “Let’s raise our virtual glasses and toast to the future,” state officials wrote. “Cheers to technology and keeping things classy!”