Oklahoma law requires only those motorcycle operators and passengers under 18 to wear helmets. Headgear must contain lining, padding, and chin straps, and it must not distort the view of the driver.
Operators of all ages, however, must wear goggles or a face shield of a material and design that protects the driver from foreign objects, unless the bike is equipped with a windshield of sufficient quality, size, and thickness to protect the operator from foreign objects.
Oklahoma's helmet laws are governed by the Commissioner of the Department of Public Safety. Because regulations are subject to change, it's best to check with the Commissioner before riding on a motorcycle, either as a driver or passenger, in Oklahoma.
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