When a police officer pulls you over, they always ask for the standard trifecta of documents; license registration, and proof of insurance.
In ye olden days of yore, insurance companies used to mail you insurance cards you’d keep in your glove box, but they don’t do that anymore. Nowadays, everything is in an app on your phone.
My personal policy for any interaction with a police officer (even ones I initiate) is to keep my phone passcode locked (not merely fingerprint/face locked) at all times when an officer is present. However, my insurance app requires me to unlock my phone to show my “virtual” insurance card to the officer, which is not a thing that’s going to happen.
I have not been pulled over in many years, but if I ever am, how can I show this information without compromising my own device security?