Find the Alaska DMV Office Closest to You

Alaska DMV hours, appointments, locations, phone numbers, holidays, and services. Find the Alaska DMV office near me. Currently Alaska has 36 working locations.

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Alaska DMV

The Alaska Department of Motor Vehicles is a part of the state’s Department of Administration. It provides vehicle registration, title services, and driver license services for both commercial and non-commercial vehicles. State identification cards can also be obtained at their office.

All DMV locations in your state are open from 8:30-5:00 Monday through Friday excluding holidays, but each office has its own unique hours. The wait time for a road test is dependent upon the location and day of the week. Check with your local DMV office before you schedule a road test. If you don’t see your preferred location, consider dealing with the DMV partners to offer vehicle services!

All people who want to get a non-commercial driver’s license are required to bring identification, take the written test, the vision test, the road test, and be able to pass a drug and alcohol awareness test. If you are 16-18 years old, you can still apply for a provisional driver’s license. To get a provisional driver’s license, you may go to the DMV in-person or apply for an online learner’s permit. If you are old enough, you may also qualify for a restricted license. And finally, if your parent or legal guardian has evidence that their minor passed an approved driver education class, they can provide it to the DMV. In order to get a non-commercial driver’s license, people have to apply in person. However, if your DMV is too far from home or you live in a rural area with no branch of the DMV in your area, an Off-Highway drivers license can also be applied for in the mail. This type of license requires a written test but no road test.