Alaska Driver License Requirements at-a-glance:

*To apply for an Alaska learner’s permit, you must be at least 14-years-old.

  • If you’re under 18 your parents must sign a consent form for you to apply for your permit.
  • You must hold your leaner’s for 6 months before applying for your license.
  • You have to drive 40 hours of driving with 10 at night or in poor weather conditions.
  • To get your provisional license, you can’t have had any traffic violations for at least 6 months.
  • With a provisional license, you can’t drive unsupervised with passengers under 21 until you turn 18-years-old.
    *Unless your supervised, you cannot drive from 1am until 5am when you only have your provisional driver’s license.
    *Your Alaska learner’s permit is only valid for 2 years.

Step 1: Find an approved Alaska drivers ed class and register.
Step 2: Get your Certificate of Completion after you successfully finish our online drivers education course.
Step 3: You’ve taken our course, and you’ve pass. Now you need to find a nearby DMV office and apply to take the official written test. Our course should have prepared you well, so we have no doubt that you’ll pass with flying colors.
Step 4: Now that you have your Alaska learner’s permit you can start training in a vehicle with a licensed driver over 21 who’s been driving for over a year.
Step 5: Log your 40 practice hours and make sure to drive at night as well.
Step 6: After holding your learner’s for 6 months, you can take the DMV road test.
Step 7: You passed the road test and now have an Alaska provisional license! Get out on the road and drive carefully!