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In Wyoming, the Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is the state agency responsible for titling and registering vehicles, issuing driver's licenses and state identification cards, and handling transportation-related business issues. WYDOT is also responsible for performing and maintaining tasks to improve the state's transportation infrastructure.
You can title your vehicle in person through your local County Clerk's Office. Your vehicle must be titled in Wyoming before you can receive license plates. To transfer a title, all names on the front of the title must sign off on the transfer and the signatures must be notarized. Any vehicle manufactured in the past ten years will also need a completed Odometer Disclosure Statement. Vehicle registration is done in person through your County Treasurer's Office. You will need to bring your title and insurance information and pay the registration fee.
To apply for a new driver's license, you must visit a Driver Exam Station in person. If you are new to the state and carry a valid out-of-state license, you have one year to transfer it unless the license is from Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Tennessee, or Wisconsin. In those cases, you need to transfer your license as soon as you establish residency in Wyoming. You will need to bring in the required documents and you may be required to pass the written and driving tests, at the examiner's discretion. Wyoming also offers learner's permits and restricted licenses for teen drivers. At age 14 or 15, drivers can apply for a Restricted Learner's Permit if they meet certain hardship requirements or a Regular Learner's Permit at age 15 or 16. Wyoming now offers REAL ID driver licenses. To renew your license and obtain a new REAL ID license, you will need to bring in proof of identity, citizenship, and Social Security number.