Driving Records in Alaska

You can order your official Alaska driving record from the AK DMV:

Driving Records in Alaska

An Alaska driving record shows information about your driver history, including accidents, points, and suspensions. These records are kept and regulated by the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).

Alaska Driving Record Information

Alaska drivers records contain information about:

  • Traffic and driving convictions.
  • Driver license points.
  • All traffic accident reports.
  • Driver license suspensions, revocations, cancellations, and restrictions, including the reasons for these actions.

Types of Driving Records in AK

The Alaska DMV offers the following types of driving records:

  • 3 or 5-year record: Commonly used for insurance purposes.
  • Your personal record: Gives a wider view of your driving history.
  • Complete driving record: Shows your entire driving history

Employer, Insurance & Attorney Requests

By law, some organizations can access your Alaska driving record, including:

  • Auto insurance companies.
  • Potential employers.
  • Research companies.
  • Courts.
  • Anyone with your written permission.

Insurance companies use driving records to verify information about violations and accidents and to determine rates.

Employers may want to check your drivers record as part of a pre-employment background check, especially if your job will involve driving.

Ordering an Alaska Driving Record

You can order a driving record from the AK Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV):

  • Online.
  • By mail.
  • By fax.
  • In person.

The fee for a driving record is $10.

NOTE: To order someone else's driver record, you will need their written and signed permission.


You can use the Alaska DMV's online Driving Record Request to pull your current driver history. You'll need to enter your identification information, which must match the info on your current driver's license.

Make sure you have a form of payment for the driving record fee.

By Mail

To order a drivers record by mail, you will need:

  • A completed Request for Driving Record (Form 419F).
  • A check or money for $10 made payable to “State of Alaska" or “DMV."
    • The Alaska DMV will only accept checks with your pre-printed name and address.

Mail the form and check to:

Division of Motor Vehicles
Attn: Research
3901 Old Seward Highway,. Suite 101
Anchorage AK 99503

By Fax

To order a drivers record by fax, you will need:

Fax the above to the number listed on the form. Please fax the form only once. It will take a few days to process the request.

In Person

Take the following to any AK DMV office:

  • A completed Request for Driving Record (Form 419F).
  • Proof of identification.
  • Payment for $10 by cash, check, or money order. (Some locations accept credit cards).

Correcting Your Alaska Driving Record

Since your car insurance company and employer can access your driving record, you may want to review it for accuracy. If you have erroneous outstanding tickets or other convictions on your record, you could be paying higher insurance rates, and could even have your license mistakenly suspended.

If you find an error on your drivers record, contact an Alaska DMV office for assistance. Give them as much detail as you can, and provide any proof of the error that you may have.


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