Alaskans now have the opportunity to skip car loan payments with a new program. The Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched a program that allows Alaskans to defer their car loan payments for up to six months.
The program is designed to help Alaskans who are struggling financially due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. It is open to all Alaskans who have a car loan and are facing financial hardship due to the pandemic.
The program allows Alaskans to defer their car loan payments for up to six months. During this time, the DMV will not charge any late fees or penalties. The program also allows Alaskans to keep their car insurance coverage in place.
The program is available to all Alaskans who have a car loan and are facing financial hardship due to the pandemic. To be eligible, Alaskans must provide proof of financial hardship, such as a letter from their employer or a copy of their unemployment benefits.
The program is a great way for Alaskans to get some financial relief during these difficult times. It is also a great way for Alaskans to keep their car loan payments up to date and avoid any late fees or penalties.
The program is available now and Alaskans can apply for it online. For more information, Alaskans can visit the DMV website or contact their local DMV office.