Alaska Statutes.
Title 28. Motor Vehicles
Chapter 33. Commercial Motor Vehicles
Section 110. Notification Requirements For Drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles.
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AS 28.33.110. Notification Requirements For Drivers of Commercial Motor Vehicles.

(a) A driver of a commercial motor vehicle holding a commercial driver's license issued by the state who is convicted of violating a federal or state law or local ordinance relating to motor vehicle traffic control in this or another state, or a federal, provincial, territorial, or municipal law relating to motor vehicle traffic control in Canada, other than parking violations, shall notify the driver's employer, in writing, of the conviction within 30 days after the date of conviction.

(b) A driver whose operating privilege is suspended, revoked, or canceled by a state, who loses the privilege to operate a commercial motor vehicle in a state for any period, or who is disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle for any period, shall notify the driver's employer of that fact before the end of the business day following the day the driver received notice of the suspension, revocation, cancellation, loss, or disqualification.

(c) A person who applies for employment as a commercial motor vehicle driver shall

(1) provide the person's prospective employer, at the time of application for employment, with the following information for the 10 years preceding the date of application:

(A) a list of the names and addresses of employers for which the applicant was a driver of a commercial motor vehicle;

(B) the dates between which the applicant drove for each employer;

(C) the reason for leaving each employer;

(2) certify that the information provided under this subsection is true and complete; and

(3) provide additional information required by the employer.

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