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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 28. Motor Vehicles
- Chapter 37. Driver License Compact
- Section 150. Grounds Requiring Refusal to Issue License.
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AS 28.37.150. Grounds Requiring Refusal to Issue License.
Upon application for a license to drive, the licensing authority in a party state shall ascertain whether the applicant
has ever held, or is the holder of a license to drive issued by another party state. The licensing authority in the
state where application is made may not issue a license to drive to the applicant if
- (1) the applicant has held a license, but the license has been suspended, revoked, or canceled, or the applicant
has been disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle by reason, in whole or in part, of a violation,
and the suspension period has not terminated;
- (2) the applicant has held a license, but the license has been revoked by reason, in whole or in part, of a violation, and
the revocation has not terminated; except that after the expiration of one year from the date the license was revoked,
the person may make application for a new license if permitted by law; the licensing authority may refuse to issue a
license to an applicant if, after investigation, the licensing authority determines that it will not be safe to grant
to the person the privilege of driving a motor vehicle on the public highways;
- (3) the applicant is the holder of a license to drive issued by another party state and currently in force, unless the
applicant surrenders the license.
- (4) the applicant has held a license, but has been disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle by
reason, in whole or in part, of a violation, and the disqualification has not terminated; however, a person may make an application for
a noncommercial driver's license if permitted by other law.
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