Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 20. Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act
Section 500. Owner May Give Proof For Others.
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AS 28.20.500. Owner May Give Proof For Others.

(a) The owner of a motor vehicle may give proof of financial responsibility on behalf of the owner's employee or a member of the owner's immediate family or household. The furnishing of proof in this manner permits the person for whom it is given to operate a motor vehicle covered by the proof. The department shall endorse appropriate restrictions on the face of the license held by a person for whom proof is given by another, or may issue a new license containing these restrictions.

(b) The department, upon receiving satisfactory evidence of the violation of a restriction, may suspend the license until a certificate is filed showing a policy issued to the driver that covers the driver as operator or owner of the vehicle operated in violation of the restriction.

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