Google is quietly testing a service that would let you pay someone else to give you digital license tags to attach to your vehicle.

The service, called My Digital Wallet, was announced by Google this week, and will be available on Android devices through a new app called “My Digital License Tags,” Recode’s Kara Swisher reports.

The app allows users to purchase digital license tag stickers for $1.25 apiece.

Once the stickers are in your phone, they will automatically be attached to the license plate on your vehicle, with no need for you to physically remove them from the vehicle.

Once you have purchased the stickers, you will be able to attach them to your Google Maps navigation system.

The app also allows you to share those stickers with your family, friends and coworkers.

The company said the service will be rolled out in phases, with a new service launching first.

Google said it is currently testing the new service in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City.

Google also revealed that the company has partnered with car dealership dealerships in Chicago and New Orleans to help customers register their new digital license-plate stickers.

The company said it will add more partners in the coming months.

The Google Maps app on Android is not available to developers, but the company said developers can integrate the service into their apps.