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Whether you are a resident of Wyoming or came from another state, if you want to drive on public roads, you will have to have a valid driver's license. Those who already hold a driving license issued by a different state can swap it for the Wyoming driver license without any additional testing.
If you are under 17 years of age and you would like to get a drivers license in Wyoming, you will have to apply for the learners permit first. Wyoming has two permit stages - the instruction learners permit and the intermediate learners permit and you will have to go through both of them before you receive your license.
Wyoming driving handbook is a wonderful source of the driving-related information when the time comes for you to apply for a driver license in Wyoming. The driver handbook is loaded with the information on driving rules, road regulations and safe driving tips and it could be your first stop when it comes to preparing for the permit test.
If you live in Wisconsin and would like to get a drivers license before you turn 18, you will have to complete a state-approved drivers education class. Although the Department of Transportation does not require everyone else to take a driver ed course, you may still wish to do so for your own benefit.