Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 10. Vehicle Registration, Liens, and Title
Section 152. Certificates of Temporary Registration For Certain Commercial Vehicles.
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AS 28.10.152. Certificates of Temporary Registration For Certain Commercial Vehicles.

(a) If a commercial vehicle registered outside the state enters the state and is not to be registered under AS 28.10.121 , 28.10.131, or another provision of this chapter, it must be temporarily registered under the provisions of this section.

(b) For a commercial vehicle to be registered under this section, the operator of the vehicle must provide proof of valid registration of the vehicle in another jurisdiction and any other documentation required by the department by regulation. Upon receipt of the proof of registration, any other required documentation, and payment of the applicable fee under (d) of this section, the department or the department's designee may issue a certificate of temporary registration, valid for 30 days, for the commercial vehicle. The certificate of temporary registration must state the date of issuance and the expiration date.

(c) A certificate of temporary registration under this section may be issued for a commercial vehicle even if a certificate of temporary registration has previously been issued for the vehicle and has expired.

(d) The fee for a certificate of temporary registration under this section is

(1) for a truck or a truck tractor, $350;

(2) for a commercial bus, $350;

(3) for all other commercial vehicles, including a trailer or a semi-trailer, $10.

(e) Fees collected under this section may be appropriated by the legislature to the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for programs related to commercial vehicles, including the administration and operation of weigh stations and commercial vehicle safety programs.

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