The Alaska DMV Guide - Division of Motor Vehicles Instruction Center
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The Division of Motor Vehicles Instruction Center
The Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles oversees driving services in 19 organized boroughs and 1 unorganized borough.
At your local Alaska DMV office, you can get items like drivers permitting & licensing, register or renew titles, request or maintain records, pay taxes, and more. You can access information when you arrive or grab copies and forms, filing them at your leisure.
DMVConnect is an easy way to navigate the Alaska DMV system without hassle (and having to take multiple trips in case you forgot something!).
We know going to an AK DMV can be a frustrating experience. Getting there is already a hassle let alone the potentially long wait times. Plus, let’s not forget the general unpleasantries we’ve all experienced when waiting in a noisy room just to find out you have the wrong form.
We did the work for you — compiling DMV info into easy-to-understand AK MVD guides.
Our driver guides and pages share Alaska DMV office locations, what to expect when going or using their systems, and how to complete different driving needs without it taking forever. It’s our goal, as our name implies, to connect you to the DMV in the simplest way possible.
Get Help with Alaska DMV Services
Whether you’re a new driver or need help with AK driver services — DMVConnect provides everything you need to save time and energy when dealing with the DMV. Those hitting the roads or simply updating their information will find our tutorials refreshing since we explain things to the point.
Our round-up of AK DMV services will help you master all things driving in the state.
Topics we cover include (but not limited to):
- Licensing & Registration
- Traffic school & Driver education
- Driver safety
- Records & forms
- Fees & taxes
…and anything else you may need as an AK resident, out-of-state driver, or military member.
Plus, we share helpful AK MVC driving tips and tricks to ace driving and knowledge tests. You’ll discover forms and paperwork you’ll file in-person, online, or by mail. We’ve done our best keeping the DMV information up-to-date – and we’re always improving the pages as requirements change.
Want the latest vehicle and DMV news in your state? We’ve got that in our blog. Plus, we’re constantly sharing resourceful tutorials to make you a better Alaska driver whether you’re taking to the roads, enjoying the backcountry, or cruising along the waters.
Looking to Find an AK DMV Office Near You?
There are many Alaska DMV office locations. Trying to find the best one to suit your driving needs can be a quite a taxing task. We’ve collected all AK DMV locations in our directory, so you can compare which is closer, offer services you need, and call ahead.
Each DMV office page includes services offered, Alaska DMV hours of operation, and contact details – letting you quickly get in, do your business, and be on your way.
Can’t find the information you’re looking for? We’re constantly updating our DMV guides and directory as road rules change. We’ve included a ton of helpful links and official resources so you’re never on your own. It’s our goal to make the most complete directory of Alaska driving-related information.
Do You Need to Make an Alaska DMV Appointment?
Appointments can be for licensing (car/truck and motorcycle) and CDL licensing and road tests though many items are available online – so check first! You can schedule through the Benson and Fairbanks offices. Or, use the main AKDMV’s online portal to schedule an appointment.
Other inquiries – like checking your wait times – can be found by calling your local DMV office. Use our AK DMV directory to find the one nearest to you and its contact details. We hope you’ll find that going to the DMV, now that you’ve been DMV connected, isn’t as difficult and annoying as you remembered!