Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 11. Abandoned Vehicles
Section 30. Removal of Abandoned Vehicles.
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AS 28.11.030. Removal of Abandoned Vehicles.

(a) A peace officer or an employee authorized by the state or a municipality may remove or have removed to a place for storage a vehicle abandoned on a highway, on a vehicular way or area, or on private property.

(b) Removal of an abandoned vehicle from private property shall be upon the written request of the owner or person in lawful possession or control of the property, and on a form prescribed by the department.

(c) A written report of the removal shall be made by the peace officer or employee who removes or has removed a vehicle under this section, and the report shall be sent immediately to the department and a copy of the report shall be given to the person who stores the property. The report must describe the vehicle, the date, time, and place of removal, the grounds for removal, and the place of impoundment of the vehicle.

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