Under North Dakota law, all motorcycle operators and passengers under 18 must wear helmets that comply with standards adopted by the state's Department of Motor Vehicles. If an operator is under 18, his or her passenger must also wear a helmet, regardless of the passenger's age.
The only exception to North Dakota's helmet law is for those participating in authorized parades and those riding in an enclosed cab or golf carts. To check current compliance standards, contact the North Dakota Department of Motor Vehicles.
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