Alaska Statutes Title 28. Motor Vehicles § 28.10.011. Vehicles subject to registration

Every vehicle driven, moved, or parked upon a highway or other public parking place in the state shall be registered under this chapter except when the vehicle is

(1) driven or moved on a highway only for the purpose of crossing the highway from one private property to another, including an implement of husbandry as defined by regulation;

(2) driven or moved on a highway under a dealer's plate or temporary permit as provided for in AS 28.10.031 and 28.10.181(j) ;

(3) special mobile equipment as defined by regulation;

(4) owned by the United States;

(5) moved by human or animal power;

(6) exempt under 50 U.S.C. App. 501 - 591 (Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act);

(7) driven or parked only on private property;

(8) the vehicle of a nonresident as provided under AS 28.10.121 ;

(9) transported under a special permit under AS 28.10.151 ;

(10) being driven or moved on a highway, vehicular way, or a public parking place in the state that is not connected by a land highway or vehicular way to

(A) the land-connected state highway system;  or

(B) a highway or vehicular way with an average daily traffic volume greater than 499;

(11) an implement of husbandry operated in accordance with the provisions of AS 19.10.065 ;

(12) an electric personal motor vehicle.


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