Anyone under 18 who drives or rides on a motorcycle in Idaho must wear a helmet of a type and quality equal to or better than the standards established for helmets by the Director of Motor Vehicles. The helmet requirement does not apply when motorcycles are operated or ridden on private property, or when used as an implement of husbandry.
To be certain that your helmet meets these standards, it's best to check with the Director before riding on a motorcycle in Idaho.
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