Alaska Learner's Permit Information, DMV Study Guide
From the Alaska DMV…
Alaska Learner’s Permit
An applicant for a learner’s or instruction permit must be at least 14 years of age. If the applicant is under 18 years of age, they must have parental consent to obtain an original, duplicate or to renew a permit. Effective July 1, 2007 – A permit can be renewed ONE TIME, ONLY.
The applicant will be required to pass the written knowledge test, a vision test and pay a fee prior to being issued a learner’s or instruction permit. The learner’s permit is valid for two years from the date of issuance. Even if a driver has a learner’s permit from another state, they must obtain an Alaska learner’s permit before driving in Alaska.
In order to drive with a permit, you must be accompanied by a person age 21 years or older that has a minimum of 1 year driving experience. This person must have a valid driver license and occupy the passenger seat next to you at all times.
Please see the following site for information on the documents required to obtain your first Alaska permit. If you have been issued an Alaska State ID and your name has not changed since the ID was issued, the following does not apply to you.
Once you have been issued a driver license for a specific class of vehicle, you would no longer be eligible to obtain a permit for that specific class of vehicle.
If you don't pass your written test we will REFUND you 100% of your purchase with us.