Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 20. Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act
Section 250. Action in Respect to Unlicensed Person.
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AS 28.20.250. Action in Respect to Unlicensed Person.

(a) If a person does not have a license, but by final order or judgment is convicted of, or forfeits bail or collateral deposited to secure an appearance for trial for an offense requiring the suspension or revocation of license, or for driving a motor vehicle upon the highways without being licensed to do so, or for driving an unregistered vehicle upon the highways, a license may not be issued to the person unless the person gives and thereafter maintains proof of financial responsibility for the future.

(b) Whenever the department suspends or revokes a nonresident's operating privilege for conviction or forfeiture of bail, the privilege remains suspended or revoked unless the person has previously given or immediately gives proof of financial responsibility for the future.

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