Today, vehicles have been an essential part of our daily life. According to survey, one-third drivers admit they have left their vehicle while it running, which makes the vehicle an easy target for theft. In this paper, we propose a novel driver identification method with wearable device. This approach can be used in continuous authentication to offer a greater degree of multilevel protection. Our proposed method is based on the hypothesis that a driver has a specific habit to drive a vehicle; and such behavioral biometrics can be captured from the wearable device. In order to validating this hypothesis, we have used the wireless sensor modules to collect driver's behavioral information. Then, the experimental results indicate that the proposed approach is feasible.