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UPCOMING COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE CHANGES
Attention Wyoming Commercial Driver License holders some recent changes are taking place regarding the commercial licenses. Effective July 1, 2011, Wyoming CDL holders operating in certain types of commerce are required to submit to WYDOT – Driver Services a current DOT Medical Examiner's Certificate to obtain a "certified" status as part of their driving record. CDL holders are required to have this status, and those who do not provide and keep a current medical certificate on file with us will become "not-certified" and their driver license is subject to cancellation. As of January 20,...
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JUST TRAVELING THROUGH WYOMING? (511 Travel Information)
- Drivers with Learner's Permits may drive in Wyoming as long as they are adhering to the restrictions associated with the permit they hold. Example: If the permit you hold requires another licensed driver to sit in the seat next to you when you are operating a motor vehicle, that restriction applies in Wyoming.
- Drivers with licenses issued from another country may drive in Wyoming as long as they have a valid driver license from their country. An International Driving Permit is recommended but not mandatory. This permit translates your driver license, so if needed, the proper authorities will be able to ascertain the information on your driver license.
- Drivers whose driving privileges are denied, suspended, cancelled or revoked in any state are in violation of Wyoming law if they operate a motor vehicle on Wyoming roadways.
- Drivers who are ticketed with moving violation convictions will not have these violations recorded in Wyoming, the convictions are sent to the driver's home state for their disposition. Additionally, convictions for driving under the influence and other alcohol or drug offenses may result in the withdrawal of driving privileges both in Wyoming and in the state in which you are licensed.