Reinstate After Unsatisfied Judgment
How to Reinstate your Driving Privileges after a
Suspension for Unsatisfied Judgment
When you lose your privilege to drive in
Alaska for an unsatisfied court judgment, the state suspends
license or privilege to drive. Your driving record will show
that the state has taken some kind of action
your license. When you take the steps needed to get your
license back, you are reinstating
license or privilege to drive.
To get your license back following
the loss of your driving privileges, you need to apply for
a new license at a Division of Motor Vehicles office and meet the
- Pass the written and vision tests.
You may need a road
test as well.
- Pay the reinstatement
and license fees.
- Present proof of birth and identity. See original
license requirements for
Consent form if you are under 18.
(Required when your parent or guardian will not be accompanying you to the
proof that you have paid for the damages caused by the collision
in one of the following manners:
- Pay the complete amount you owe. Obtain
a notarized general release from the person you made the payment
- Make payments over a period of time until the damages are all
paid. You will need to sign a promissory note that shows you agree
to make payments to all the people who need to be paid. It will
have to be notarized.
- Apply to the court that rendered the
judgement and request the priviledge of paying the judgement in
installments. The court may order and fix the amount and
time of payment of the installments. You would need to supply
the court order showing where this has been done.
you do not know all the people who were involved in the accident
or who you owe money to you can call Juneau Driver Services and
ask for the Financial Responsibility Desk.
- Provide proof of SR22 insurance
to the DMV at the time you reinstate your license.
- Sometimes, you need to
take care of other problems before you are able to get your license
back. When there are other problems with your license, a Division
of Motor Vehicles employee will tell you what you need to do so
that you can get your license back.
If you have additional questions you can
call, write, e-mail or
visit a DMV office.
Division of Motor Vehicles
ATTN: FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
PO Box 110221
Juneau AK 99811-0221