Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 15. Drivers' Licenses
Section 101. Expiration and Renewal of Driver's License.
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AS 28.15.101. Expiration and Renewal of Driver's License.

(a) Except as otherwise provided in this chapter, a driver's license expires on the licensee's birthday in the fifth year following issuance of the license. A license may be renewed within one year of its expiration upon proper application, payment of the required fee, and except when a license is renewed under (c) of this section, successful completion of a test of the licensee's eyesight.

(b) The department may defer the expiration of the driver's license of a person who is outside the state under terms and conditions that the department shall prescribe by regulation.

(c) A driver's license may be renewed by mail if the licensee complies with (a) of this section, except that a license may not be renewed by mail if

(1) the most recent renewal of the applicant's license was by mail; or

(2) the applicant is 69 years of age or older on the expiration date of the driver's license being renewed.

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