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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 70 . Public Information
Section 70. Registration validation sticker

2 AAC 70.070. Registration validation sticker

(a) A person may not operate a boat with mechanical propulsion that has a boat number issued by the department unless it has a current validation sticker issued with the certificate of number displayed within six inches of the boat number on each side of the boat.

(b) A person may not operate a boat without mechanical propulsion that is 10 feet or greater in length unless it has a single current validation sticker issued with the certificate of number displayed on the top or side of the forward half of the boat. The sticker must be displayed so that it is clearly visible while the boat is in operation. If it is impractical to affix the sticker to the boat, it may be placed on a backing plate that is affixed to the forward half of the boat while the boat is in operation.

(c) Only the current validation sticker may be displayed. The owner must cover or remove an expired validation sticker.

(d) The year that a validation sticker expires will be indicated by the colors blue, international orange, green, and red, in rotation, beginning with blue for stickers that expire in 2001.

(e) Under this section the department will issue a validation sticker that is approximately three inches by three inches in size.

History: Eff. 2/3/2001, Register 157

Authority: AS 05.25.055

AS 05.25.095


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