La Wallet

Louisiana's Legal Digital Driver's License

  • 100% Legal for driving purposes per Louisiana law of Act 625 of the 2016 session.

  • Louisiana State Police will accept the LA Wallet Digital Drivers License!

  • The La Wallet App is for Apple iOS© and Android©

  • Activate it for the cost of 1 premium coffee for the life of your physical license.


LA Wallet is 100% Legal!

Louisiana's Legislature paved the road for you to use La Wallet digital driver's license for driving purposes per Act 625, of 2016. Read More.

Always Current

Louisiana Digital Driver's License is always up-to-date. It "phones home" to the DMV to make sure your license is valid.

Forget your ID?

If you forget your license at home but have your smartphone, Louisiana State Police will accept your La Wallet driver’s license. Official acceptance at restaurants, bars, and TSA is pending approval.

Love coffee?

Your LA Wallet digital driver's license is only $6 for the life of your current driver's license! About the cost of a high-end coffee.

How it works

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I use the La Wallet Digital Driver's License?

Once you've downloaded your own copy of La Wallet digital driver's license to your smartphone (or other mobile device), you may use it only for traffic stops or checkpoints when a State Police Officer requests your license. The Louisiana Legislature is reviewing further utilization of this technology, such as official acceptance at airport security, for alcohol and tobacco purchases, and in other states.

Why is it better than my physical license?

La Wallet it is always current and receives live updates from the DMV to make sure your license information is up-to-date. More importantly, few people leave home without their smartphone, so you’ll never be without your driver’s license.

How often must I renew La Wallet?

Your digital license is valid until the expiration date on your physical license, usually six years from original issue date. When it comes time to renew your physical licence, you will need to purchase a new digital license through La Wallet. For instance, if your regular license expires in one year, and you purchase a La Wallet digital driver’s license, your digital license will also expire in one year.

Is my information secure on La Wallet?

La Wallet utilizes a combination of online and offline security technologies, procedures, and organizational measures to help safeguard consumer information against loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. La Wallet employs Secure Socket Layer (SSL) data encryption when data is transmitted over the Internet. We have installed technologies to help prevent unauthorized access to our systems. Strong password protection protocols are used on our computers, and employees are kept up-to-date on our security and privacy policies. The servers used to store any user information are maintained in a secure environment with appropriate security measures.

Who reviewed the La Wallet for security-related testing before it was released?

While the La Wallet app is constantly being monitored and tested, Envoc hired a third-party, cyber-security, compliance, and all-around expert (Louisiana) company called Ballast Cyber and Tech ( to do test all security measures.

What did Ballast Cyber and Tech say?

"BALLAST has tested the La Wallet application developed by Envoc and found it to be developed in a manner consistent with generally acceptable security practices for application and security management processes." -Brandon Reeves, Founder & CEO.

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The Story Behind La Wallet

Louisiana Law of Act 625 of the 2016 session

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Being one of the younger legislators, I realized just how crucial our digital devices are to each of us in our every day lives.

— Rep. Ted James, Baton Rouge

Written by Louisiana Representative Ted James, Baton Rouge

I authored the bill to digitize our Louisiana driver’s licenses in an effort to provide an easier option for our citizens while at the same time complying with our enacted laws to provide proper identification to our public safety officials.

Once the bill was authored there were several legislators that joined as co-sponsors of the bill, after realizing the vast benefits it would produce. We also realized that if implemented correctly and expeditiously, we would be at the forefront in this digital arena.

When the Louisiana Legislature passed HB 481 in 2016 (Act 625), we began the process for Louisiana to become the first state to allow for a digitized version of a state-issued driver’s license. We worked with the Office of Motor Vehicles, and it is an honor to see that we are ready to begin implementing the provisions of the bill in the spring of 2018.

We are now focusing on how we can expand this to include a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license and a Louisiana Identification both to be digitized. While the electronic driver's license, available via app on smartphones, will not replace a photo ID in all capacities, it can be used for driving privileges and may be acceptable at airports, at the discretion of TSA.

As we continue to move into a more digital age, this technology is not only more efficient but necessary. Since we are the first state to enact a bill of this kind, this is a big step, not only for Louisiana but for the country.

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