Resources & Related Websites For Residents of Alaska
Division of Insurance
9th Floor State Office Building, 333 Willoughby
Highlights: The Alaska
Division of Insurance provides information for consumers and
suppliers of insurance in Alaska.
On the website you can learn about the division of
insurance, their objectives, employee’s, and locate
resources to make your opinion heard through meetings and
valuable list of frequently asked questions provides the
consumer information on where to locate resources to help
purchase auto insurance, what to do if you have complaints and
many other consumer resources.
If you are interested in learning more about what it
takes to become an insurance agent, or the process insurance
agents go through in order to become representatives, the
Division of Insurance website is highly educational and
provides online study guides, the ability to check an auto insurance agents license status and learn more about Alaska
Division of Motor Vehicles
1300 West Benson Boulevard
Highlights: The Division
of Motor Vehicles registers and titles autos, cars, trucks,
licenses drivers throughout Alaska.
The DMV website provides useful information for all
people who currently have their driver’s license and those
individuals who want to obtain one. On the website you can
renew your registration and order personalized license plates
for your auto..
Detailed information on how to obtain a drivers license and
state identification is covered on the website with special
resources for teen drivers, senior citizens and military
resources including forms, office locations and hours of
operation, office closures, driver’s statistics, regulations
and other general information is covered in the site.
The Alaska DMV website not only offers a huge selection
of resources, it also has an online web camera so you can see
the action occurring inside the offices.
Alaska Department of Transportation
& Public Facilities
One of the top features of the Department's website is a
link to "The Milepost", a comprehensive travel guide
for Alaska. From here you can find out detailed
information on road construction projects, which generally run
from early May to the end of October in the state. An
excellent "Winter Road Condition Report" is also
included. It describes in a convenient table format the
daily temperature, sky condition, winds, and road conditions
for major highways and areas. Another interesting
feature is their description of the Scenic Byways, including
virtual tours online. Also learn all about the Anton
Anderson Memorial Tunnel, the longest highway tunnel in North
America at 2 1/2 miles!
Highway Speed Limits