DMV Services Update:
Our new location is open for you! Monday – Friday from 8 am – 5 pm we are here to serve your DMV services needs.
Real ID’s & Licensing, Vehicle Transactions and more!
Did you know we offer DMV drop off services for businesses?
We can also help with completing forms!
Contact us today for our many friendly and fast DMV services available to you!
Graduate Report: In September we had 15 students complete their CDL Training programs and pass their road skills exams. These students are already employed or have offers of employment already! Students who are new to the industry can access our job portal as well as our office staff actively working with local companies seeking drivers.
Maintaining a monthly list of jobs all over Alaska, KPDI will happily provide this information to former and current KPDI students upon request. They can also visit our job portal on our website. Email us for the PIN to access the job portal or a PDF of the monthly listings.
Our Programs: Our Alaska CDL programs are one to one training every day. Our drivers are driving up to 200 miles per day, therefore, You’ll get more seat time with KPDI!
ELDT: Our programs meet the new FMCSA ELDT standards and are proven to give students more miles and more seat time.
Schedule: Currently, we are scheduling CDL Trainings for January 2023. Guest housing is also available with private rooms.
Grant Funding: KPDI is pleased to announce we have STEP grant funding available for 2022-23! You can contact our office for an application.
New Driver Training: Our next new driver course begins on October 8th. This class is full. The next class is November 12th, this class is nearly full. Plan ahead and book your new driver course early! IDEA & Connections Funding accepted.
October is not only a month for tricks and treats,
National Teen Driver Safety Week falls on October 16th-22nd, which is a great opportunity to talk to your teens about the importance of safety behind the wheel.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for U.S. teens. Approximately 2,700 teens in the United States aged 16 to 19 were killed and nearly 282,000 were treated and released from emergency departments for injuries sustained in motor-vehicle crashes in 2010 alone.
Following on the heels of that week is Halloween, the deadliest day of the year for child pedestrians. All drivers, not just teens, are encouraged to remain alert and drive cautiously when driving in areas where children may be present on Halloween. Parents who are taking their kids trick-or-treating this Halloween are highly encouraged to place reflective tape on their children’s costumes and bags, talk to their children about walking (not running) on sidewalks whenever possible, and to carry a flashlight to help everyone see and be seen.
Knowledge Exams: You can take your knowledge exams with us without a special trip to the DMV! However, we do require an appointment for CDL knowledge exams. There is no cost to students who are enrolled in a program with us. If you are not enrolled in a program, the cost is $10 per exam.
State of Alaska DMV has a new system that allows people to take some non-commercial knowledge exams online! This new system can be found here.
Fingerprinting Appointments: Set up an online appointment here or call 855-347-8371
IdentoGo appointments on the following days this month:
Administration and student support staff have limited office hours. CDL Training packets are available in the lobby of our office in Kenai.