Alaska Statutes Title 28. Motor Vehicles § 28.15.281. Unlawful use of license;  permitting unauthorized person to drive

(a) A person may not

(1) display, cause or permit to be displayed, or have in the person's possession a canceled, suspended, revoked, fictitious, or unlawfully altered driver's license;

(2) display or represent as the person's own a driver's license not issued to the person;

(3) display or present a driver's license other than an Alaska driver's license to a peace officer or to the department when that person has been licensed under this chapter;  or

(4) lend the person's driver's license to another person or knowingly permit the use of the license by another.

(b) A person may not authorize or knowingly permit a motor vehicle owned by the person or under the control of the person to be driven in this state by a person who is not validly licensed.

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