Alaska Driver's License Info, Driver's License Handbook, DMV Test
From the Alaska DMV Website…
First Time Alaska Drivers License
An applicant for an original Alaska driver license must be at least 16 years of age and have held a valid driving permit for a minimum of 6 months. If an applicant is under 18 years of age, they must have parental consent to obtain a Provisional drivers license. An Application for Alaska Driver License, Permit or State Identification (Form 478) is required prior to issuance of a license, permit or state ID. The form is available at DMV offices.
In order to obtain an original Alaska license, an applicant must provide documentary proof of the following:
- Legal name and Date of Birth
- Secondary item as verification of the primary document
- Their current residence address
- Social Security Card
An applicant will be required to pass the written knowledge test (or present a valid Alaska learner’s permit), a road test, and a vision test prior to being issued a driver license. The license is valid for approximately five years, expiring on the applicants birthday. See the following page for fees. If you need information on where you can take a written or road test, please see the specific office information.
There is no fee to take the written test. There is $20 fee for a class D drivers license. All checks must include your name and address pre-printed to be accepted.
If you don't pass your written test we will REFUND you 100% of your purchase with us.