If you speed in Alaska, there’s a good chance that you’ll receive an
Alaska citation. Police target drivers who are speeding, since road
conditions make speeding extremely dangerous for everyone on the road.
If you’re a driver in this state and find yourself saying, “I got a
ticket,” takes some time to learn about the penalties and how to deal
with your Alaska speeding ticket.
Dangers Of Speeding
Alaska speeding tickets make money for the state, but at the end of
the day, this is not money-making scam for the state. Instead, Alaska
speeding tickets are issued to help prevent people from speeding in the
first place. Speeding in any state is extremely dangerous. Read more...
Dealing With Alaska Speeding Ticket
When you get an Alaska speeding ticket, you have multiple options.
You have five business days to respond to your Alaska citation, and at
that point you can plead guilty, not guilty, or no contest. If you
plead no contest, you simply have to sign the ticket and send in your
How Alaska Police Determine Speeding
Alaska citations are typically given when a driver is clocked using
a radar device. Radar guns measure you speed over a distance. Although
radar guns have been shown to be inaccurate in the past, this is still
the most highly used form of speed detection in the United States. Read more...
How To Beat Alaska Speeding Ticket
You can beat an Alaska speeding ticket in some cases. Usually, this
is a open and shut case, but if there is any chance in your mind that
you were in the right, a lawyer can really help you. Read more...
Speeding Ticket Fines
If you’re caught speeding in Alaska, you’ll face fine of up to $300,
depending on how many miles per hour over the limit you were going. Read more...
Alaska Speed Limits
While you always have to drive at a safe speed for road conditions,
Alaska does help you determine these safe speeds by posting limits for
clear, perfect weather. Read more...
What To Do If You Get an Alaska Speeding Ticket
If you get an Alaska citation for speeding, the most important thing
to remember is that you need to respond within five business days.
Whether you’re going to fight the ticket or not, you have to tell the
Alaska DMV your stance. In some cases, the response time is longer –
all of this information will be listed on your Alaska citation. Read
Driving Record Points
Remember, with every Alaska citation, you can potentially get points
on your license. If you get too many points, you could lose your
license or be forced to take defensive driving classes. Read more...
Alaska Defensive Driving/Traffic School
In Alaska, you get points on your license every time you get a
ticket, including an Alaska speeding ticket. When you get a certain
number of points, you have to take Alaska defensive driving school.
Taking this class can reduce the number of points on your license and
even get you out of tickets completely. Read more...