Alaska Car Insurance

Alaska is the largest state in America, as measured by land size, and the 47th most populous, with a population of 663,268, with about half of these people living in the Anchorage area.
Insurance in Alaska is overseen by the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development- Division of Insurance. The director of the division of insurance is Linda S. Hall. If you have any questions or complaints about insurance in Alaska, you should contact them.
The outlines of car insurance laws in Alaska are shown below with applicable laws and minimums.

Liability Required: Yes
Per Passenger: $50,000
Per Accident: $100,000
Property Damage: $25,000
PIP Required: No
No Fault State: No
UnInsured Motorist Coverage Required: No
Large Cities: Anchorage, Juneau