All-purpose vehicles legal in Petersburg, for now


January 6, 2022

Driving all-purpose vehicles on roads in Alaska became legal Saturday after regulation changes signed by Alaska Department of Public Safety Commissioner James E. Cockrell and the Office of Alaska Lieutenant Governor Kevin Meyer last year came into effect.

According to a release from the DPS, all-purpose vehicles, not including snowmachines and hovercrafts, can now be driven on roads with speed limits up to and including 45 mph unless a municipality bans their use via by ordinance.

Drivers need a valid driver's license, a standard motor vehicle registration and a motor vehicle liability insu...

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