Jakarta, Sept. 23 -- Indonesia on September 22 launched an electronic driver's license that can also function as a digital payment card and record traffic violations by its owner.

The Smart Sim can record the history of traffic violations by the owner, said Traffic Police head of the Indonesian National Police Insp. Gen. Refdi Andri.

When a driver breaks a traffic rule, the violation will be recorded in the card's chip, which is connected to the police's server, he said.

The card will also store the driver's personal data and can be used as an e-money card with support from Indonesia's central bank and the police's bank partners, including BNI, BRI and Mandiri, the officer added.

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