In Wyoming, only those motorcycle drivers and passengers under 18 are required to wear helmets. Helmets must be securely fastened and comply with the standards established by the state's Superintendent of the Department of Transportation.
If you're under 18, it's best to check with the Department to make sure your helmet complies with current standards before riding on a motorcycle in Wyoming. Finally, there are two exceptions to this law.
If you're under 18 and ride in an enclosed cab, you are not required to wear a helmet. Also, motorcycle operators under 18 who are participating in an officially-authorized parade are exempted from the helmet law.
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