DMV Appointments in Alaska

Types of Alaska DMV Appointments

In Alaska DMV appointments are available for the following AK driving tests:

  • Standard license.
  • Motorcycle license.
  • Commercial driver's license.

How to Make an Appointment

To make a testing appointment, you'll either need to:ORYou can make or change a scheduling request 24 hours prior to your desired road test date. The earliest you can schedule an appointment is up to 60 days in advance.

For all other driver and vehicle services at the Alaska DMV, you must wait in line. Keep in mind not all tasks require an in-person visit to a branch office; find out which online services you can take care of from your own computer.

What to Bring to Your Appointment

When you go in for your testing appointment, you should bring the following:

  • Vehicle in good, working condition that's the same class as the license you're applying for.
  • Parental/Guardian Consent for a Minor (Form 433) if you're under 18 years old and your parent will not be at the appointment with you.
    • Your written test scores, if you're applying for a permit and identification documents (see a list of acceptable documents).
    • OR
    • Your permit, if you're applying for a license.
  • Proof of registration for the vehicle you'll be testing in.
  • Proof of insurance.
  • Payment for the appropriate road testing fee*:
    • Class D and motorcycle license—$15.
    • Commercial driver license—$25.

*NOTE: Should you choose to schedule online, you can pay all appointment fees ahead of time using your credit card. The Alaska DMV DOES NOT issue refunds for cancelled appointments, failure to appear, or failure to pass your skills test.


Parent/Guardian Consent for a Minor
Use this form to grant consent for a minor to obtain a driver's license or permit from the Alaska DMV. MUST be notarized or signed by a DMV representative.
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