Alaska Public Records: How to Order Public Records in AL

The Alaska Department of Administration: Division of Motor Vehicles is responsible for all driver records.

It’s important to obtain and keep current driving records if you shop for auto insurance or to learn if there are errors. Within the state of Alaska, driving records are public. You will need to fill out the appropriate form, have a purpose for requesting the record and pay the request fee.

You should always have your license plate number, current driver’s license ID, and your vehicle’s VIN number (located on your windshield) with you when requesting records. Always keep handy a copy of your ID with a photograph. It is also necessary for you to have a signature on your ID. If you don’t, you should have a copy of your signature notarized to show.

The search fees for copies of your driver’s records vary depending upon if you wish to go in person or order your records by fax. If you go in person, the fee is $10. If by fax, the fee is $10 + $5 S/H. These fees are payable by check or money order and are non-refundable. If you wish to do an expedited search there is an additional fee.

All certificates are available:
By mail – by sending the fee and necessary information to:
State of Alaska
Division of Motor Vehicles
PO Box 110221
Juneau AK 99811-0221

In Person – Any member of the Alaska DMV will be able to assist you.
Electronically – You may fax (907) 465-5509 after completing a form requesting the records located at:

Questions – Call (907) 269-5551.

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