A ROAD TEST is required to obtain a provisional license. Once you obtain your provisional license, you must wait for at least six months in order to graduate to a regular driver license. If you are convicted of violating a traffic law or of violating AS 04.16.050 (c) (repeat minor consuming alcohol) while holding a provisional driver license, you must wait an additional six months from the conviction date before you would be eligible for a regular driver license. A new parental consent form (signed in front of a DMV representative or notary public) must be submitted in order to receive a regular license. Parental consent is required to graduate from a provisional license to a regular license. To remove a provisional restriction, you must go to a DMV office. The fee for a duplicate license is charged to remove the restriction.
- unless accompanied by a person who is at least 21 years of age that is licensed to drive the type or class of vehicle being driven.
- unless driving to or from your place of employment or within the scope of your employment. All driving must be along the most direct route.
NOTE: Once you reach the age of 18, these restrictions no longer apply to you. You are not required to obtain a regular license at that time. If you choose to obtain a regular license at that time, you would be subject to the vision test and replacement license fees.
A violation of the restrictions is an infraction
with a $200.00 penalty.
Driving in violation of a restricted license under [AS 28.15.057(b)] is a 2 point violation that will appear on the driving record.