A statement from the Victorian Government on Tuesday said the data would be used to identify fake licences or multiple IDs issued to a single individual and curb fraud.
It said the data would only be available to other Victorian-based government agencies.
Expanding the use of the date would not be authorised until the government of Victoria was satisfied by the proposed identity-matching Services Bill which is before the Federal Parliament.
“We are doing this as part of a national agreement, while ensuring the privacy of Victorians is not compromised.”
Roads Minister Jaala Pulford said: "This will make it harder for people to conceal their true identities and use multiple licences to avoid traffic fines, demerit points or licence cancellations.
“This will greatly assist in removing unauthorised and dangerous drivers from our roads.”