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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 15. Drivers' Licenses
- Section 171. Suspending Privileges of a Person Licensed in Another Jurisdiction; Reporting Convictions, Suspensions, Disqualifications, and Revocations.
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AS 28.15.171. Suspending Privileges of a Person Licensed in Another Jurisdiction; Reporting Convictions, Suspensions, Disqualifications, and Revocations.
- (a) The privilege of driving a motor vehicle on a highway or vehicular way or area of this state given to a person
licensed in another jurisdiction is subject to suspension, revocation, disqualification, or limitation by the
department or a court in the same manner and for the same reasons as a driver's license issued under this chapter.
- (b) The department shall, upon receiving the record of a conviction of a person licensed in another jurisdiction for a
vehicle, driver, or traffic offense in this state, or upon suspending or revoking the person's driving privilege,
forward a copy of the record or suspension or revocation to the motor vehicle administrator for the jurisdiction in
which the person convicted is licensed.
- (c) If a person licensed to operate a commercial motor vehicle in another jurisdiction is convicted in this state of a
traffic offense, whether or not involving a commercial motor vehicle, or if the person is disqualified by this state
for a period of 60 days or more, the department shall, within 10 days after notification of the conviction or the
disqualification, notify appropriate authorities in the state that issued the license. Within the 10-day period the
department shall also notify the United States Department of Transportation if the disqualification is for 60 days or
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