The Alaska Motor Vehicle Code includes chapters on traffic laws, abandoned vehicles, drivers’ licenses, accidents and offenses and the Motor Vehicle Safety Responsibility Act. The code can come in handy if you are issued a traffic violation in Alaska.
Alaska DUI law prohibits drivers with a blood alcohol level of .08% from operating a motor vehicle. If you are stopped by an officer, you are required to give a breath or blood sample under the Implied Consent Law. If you refuse, your license may be suspended. Consequences of driving under the influence in Alaska include up to one year in jail; a $5000 fine; referral to drug or alcohol treatment; and a license revocation.