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AK Driver Practice Test

AK Driver Practice Test

this test contains questions that are similar to ones that will appear on the actual Alaska DMV test and will help you pass your Alaska Drivers's permit test with flying colors.

AK Motorcycle Practice Test

AK Motorcycle Practice Test

learn everything you need to know to ride a motorbike. Get ready to your DMV's written test to obtain your Alaska motorcycle license.

AK CDL Practice Test

AK CDL Practice Test

be well prepared for your CDL test. Get familiar with all the questions to get your Alaska commercial driver license.
 

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You can challenge your knowledge of theory by our DMV Alaska's mock test or DMV Alaska's marathon test for unlimited times for free. More you challenge yourself more you will learn Alaska DMV's driving rules.
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Read PDF Alaska DMV's manual
Reading DMV's manual gives you understanding of all main principles and rules of driving in Alaska state. We suggest to read a Alaska DMV's manual for better results and better understanding of what driving is.
Be ready to PASS your final Alaska DMV Driver's Permit Test!

Be ready to PASS your final Alaska DMV Driver's Permit Test!

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Helpful Driver’s License Services in Alaska

Automobile License

Prior to passing a driving test and getting a driver’s license, AK residents have to take a written knowledge test, allowing them to obtain a permit for learning to drive on Alaska roads. Non-residents, who are over 16 and have the license received in other state or country, have to apply for AK driver’s license within 90 days of moving to the state.

People older than 14 years are eligible to apply for the permit, which is valid for 2 years and allows them to drive under the supervision of a licensed driver who is over 21. The Alaska driver knowledge test is also necessary for receiving a provisional license by people aged 16-18, who can apply for it after 6 months of driving practice under the learner’s permit. People with revoked or expired driver’s licenses have to take the knowledge test, too.

To succeed in passing the knowledge test, you need to acquire or download the Driver’s Manuals issued by Alaska DMV. The manual covers information about traffic signals and signs, road rules and self-driving practices, and provides some samples of test questions. During the test, you need to answer at least 16 questions out of 20 questions correctly.

Alongside the knowledge test, vision and alcohol awareness tests (for people over 21) are required for obtaining a Class D license, which allows for driving passenger vehicles. General requirements for all types of driver’s licenses include:

  • paying a $15 fee;
  • submitting a corresponding application form;
  • presenting a consent form signed by parents (for people under 18);
  • proving documents verifying legal name, date of birth, residence, SSN, and name change (if any).

Motorcycle License

Starting from 14 years, you can apply for M2 license, which allows for the operating of a motor scooter or motorized bicycle. You need to be at least 16 to obtain an M1 or M3 license. These licenses allow you to drive any motorcycles, including 3-wheeled bikes. When applying for M2, you have to pass the general knowledge and motorcycle knowledge tests in written form. When earning M1 or M3, you only need to the pass the test provided you received the instructional permit (IM type) issued at least 6 months beforehand.

Before taking your motorcycle knowledge test, you have to read and learn the Motorcycle Operator Manual issued by DMV in Alaska. It covers specific topics, such as control for safety, trouble prevention, as well as carrying passengers and cargo. When passing the test, you are allowed to make 5 mistakes out of 25 questions.

Commercial Driver’s License

To earn the CDL (Class A, B, or C), it is necessary to obtain a commercial learner’s permit. It is available for people over the age of 18. You must have a valid driver’s license issued at least a year prior to submitting the application. Along with the general knowledge test, applicants have to undergo a vision test and some additional tests for specific types of vehicles. The CDL Manual provides detailed information about the types of licenses, restrictions and endorsements, as well as specific rules related to driving school busses, tanks, combination vehicles, etc.

To be allowed to take the test, you have to provide:

  • medical examiner's certificate;
  • commercial driver medical & self-certifying verification form.

Since the official manuals don’t provide applicants with a complete list of test questions, Driver Start online service offers helpful tools, including practice tests for the Commercial Driver’s License, as well as the tests for Class D and motorcycle licenses. The service includes both learning and training sections, which are also available for mobile devices. Downloading the Driver Start app, you will be able to learn and practice valid test questions anytime you want.

 

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