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To obtain a salvage car title in Alaska, follow these steps:
- Visit a local Alaska DMV office
- Submit a completed Reconstructed Vehicle Affidavit Form 829
- Provide sales receipt, bill of sale or invoice for major parts used to rebuild the salvage vehicle
- Provide inspection confirmation from either a law enforcement office or Alaska DMV office
- Provide proof of lien release (if applicable)
- Submit a completed Application for Title & Registration Form 812
For more information: Title Transfers or obtaining a New Certificate of Title in Alaska
There is no late fee for registration renewals. If your vehicle registration is expired or will expire within 30 days, you can e-mail the following information to the Alaska DMV at DOA.DMV.Webmaster@Alaska.gov:
- Alaska license plate number, VIN or registration renewal number
- Full name
- Mailing and permanent address
For more information: How to Renew Your Vehicle Registration in Alaska
Depending on the offense that led to your suspended drivers license, you may be eligible for a limited driver license through the Alaska DMV. To find out if you are eligible, contact a local Alaska DMV office.To apply for a limited license, print and complete the application required for your specific situation:
- Mandatory Insurance Suspension Non-Commercial Limited license Application Form 507
- Limited License Application for Driving Under the Influence or Admin Per Se Offenses Form 404C
You can submit the forms and applicable fees either by mail or by visiting an Alaska DMV office in person.
For more information: Suspended License Information for Alaska
To find your traffic ticket information or pay speeding tickets, visit the Online Traffic Ticket search page on the Alaska Court Records website.
For more information: Traffic Tickets and Violations in Alaska
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