If you’re involved in a car accident, chances are, you’ll want to access your driving record. Keep reading to learn how you can gain access to your Alaska driving record.
How to Obtain Your Record
No matter how you request your Alaska driving record, you’ll need to fill out the Request for Driving Record (Form 419) form.
Keep in mind that you’ll need to pay a $10 fee for each driving record that you request.
When you request your record online, it will be provided to you in PDF format and may be downloaded or emailed to an email address that you provide.
If you decide to visit your local DMV office for your record, it’s a good idea to schedule an appointment so that you can avoid waiting for a long time once you arrive. In addition, DMV offices are closed on the following days:
- 1/1 – New Year’s Day
- 1/20 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- 2/17 – Presidents’ Day
- 3/30 – Seward’s Day
- 5/25 – Memorial Day
- 7/4 – Independence Day
- 9/7 – Labor Day
- 10/18 – Alaska Day
- 11/11 – Veterans’ Day
- 4th Thursday of November – Thanksgiving Day
- 12/25 – Christmas Day
The Information You’ll Need
In order to access your Alaska driving record, you’ll need to have the following information handy:
- Your driver’s license number
- Your social security number (without dashes)
In addition, you’ll also need to provide your full name and birth date.
We’re Here to Help
If you’ve been injured in an accident due to someone else’s negligence, you may be entitled to compensation. Our attorneys here at Farnsworth & Vance are highly experienced in the area of personal injury law and have helped many other people in situations just like yours obtain justice. Let us see if we can help you, too. Don’t hesitate—reach out to us with any questions you have right away!
Call Farnsworth & Vance today at (907) 290-2576 to speak with an attorney about your potential case.