In Alaska, Clause 12 of Alaska Statute 28.90.990 defines “electric personal motor vehicles” and makes an exception for “Segway-style” models, which includes hoverboards.

Hoverboards in Alaska must meet the guidelines for electric personal motor vehicles, which include operating at a maximum speed of 15 mp/h, transporting only one person, having two non-tandem wheels for self-balancing, and incorporating an electric propulsion system. It is advisable to check local municipal laws before riding.

Alaska, also known as “The Last Frontier,” is the largest state in the United States, located in the northwest extremity of North America. It is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, including vast wilderness areas, glaciers, mountains, and abundant wildlife. With a population of approximately 731,545, Alaska is the least densely populated state in the country. The state has a diverse economy, with industries such as oil and gas, fishing, tourism, and mining contributing to its growth.

Well-known cities in Alaska include:
1. Anchorage
2. Fairbanks
3. Juneau (the capital city)
4. Sitka
5. Ketchikan