The Minister of Digital Affairs, Krzysztof Gawkowski, wants it to be possible to register a car in the mObywatel application after some time.
Already in the first days of his office, the Minister of Digital Affairs, Krzysztof Gawkowski, announced, among others: introducing further changes and improvements to the application mCitizen, which helps Poles every day in handling official matters from a smartphone. As part of the further development of the service, the minister wants it to allow car registration online over time.
Car registration in the mObywatel application
– We want to create a situation in which a citizen registers a car by phone instead of at a transport office – said Krzysztof Gawkowski in the PAP Studio.
The Minister of Digital Affairs emphasized that he wanted such an option to appear in the mObywatel application during this term of the Sejm. Unfortunately, no even approximate date has been announced, so at the latest it may be almost five years from now. Of course, assuming that along the way it does not turn out that for various reasons, introducing such an extensive new function to the mObywatel application is too much of a challenge for the Ministry of Digital Affairs.
Shortening queues at offices as proof of state stability
Krzysztof Gawkowski believes that introducing the possibility of re-registering a car using the mObywatel application would give citizens a sense of state stability.
– Every citizen knows what it means to spend hours at a communications office. If we shortened this process to several dozen minutes of clicking on the phone and re-registering the vehicle, in my opinion it would give the feeling of a stable country that is developing. – said the Minister of Digital Affairs.
Digitization in Poland in the most important numbers
As we learned at the end of last year, the mObywatel application has already been downloaded nearly 10 million times, the trusted profile is used by over 16 million users, and the Online Patient Account was used by over 17 million patients by June 2023. Poles willingly use electronic PIT settlements, e-prescriptions, and online sick leaves.