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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 15. Drivers' Licenses
- Section 251. Suspension, Revocation, Limitation, Denial.
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AS 28.15.251. Suspension, Revocation, Limitation, Denial.
- (a) The department shall suspend, revoke, limit, deny, or initiate other remedial action against the driver's license of a
person, upon the person's failure to
- (1) appear for a driver improvement interview under AS 28.15.231
- (2) comply with reasonable recommendations designed to improve the person's driving abilities that are made to the person
during the driver improvement interview.
- (b) The department shall suspend, revoke, or deny a driver's license of a person who has been identified through the
person's point accumulation as an habitual or frequent violator under AS 28.15.221
- (c) A suspension, revocation, limitation, or denial of, or other action against, a driver's license under AS 28.15.221
- 28.15.261 may not be for more than one year.
- (d) If a driver's license is suspended or revoked upon the accumulation of the number of points that requires that action
under AS 28.15.221 - 28.15.261 and regulations adopted under those sections, a
limited license may not be issued to that person during the period of suspension or revocation.
- (e) Except for immediate action under AS 28.15.181
, when the department proposes to take action against a driver's license under (b) of this section, it shall notify the
licensee that the proposed action shall become effective 30 days from the date of the notice, except that the licensee
shall have the right, within the 30-day period, to make an oral or written answer or statement in which the licensee
may controvert any point or issue and the licensee may present evidence and arguments for the consideration of the
department pertinent to the action to be taken or the grounds for the action.
- (f) Upon receipt of an oral or written answer or statement from the licensee, the department shall make findings on the
matter under consideration and shall notify the person involved of its decision in writing by registered mail. If the
department's decision is to sustain an action against the licensee's driver's license, the department shall notify the
licensee of the opportunity for a hearing under AS 28.05.121
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