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Are Electric Scooters Legal in Wyoming?

Updated on December 1st, 2023

Wyoming law does not specifically address electric scooters, leaving the regulation of these devices up to local municipalities. Users should check with local authorities to understand the specific rules and regulations that may apply to electric scooters in their area. On the other hand, e-bikes are well-defined under state legislation with clear classifications. These classifications are the same as previously mentioned: Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 e-bikes, with each class offering different capabilities concerning motor-assisted speeds.

The state of Wyoming defines e-bikes as a bicycle or tricycle equipped with fully operable pedals, a seat or saddle for the rider's use and an electric motor of less than 750w. Electric bikes are classified as:

  • Class 1: e-Bikes equipped with a pedal-assist only motor which stops when the bike reaches 20 mph.
  • Class 2: Electric bikes equipped with a motor that may be used exclusively to propel the bicycle and stop when the bike reaches the speed of 20 mph.
  • Class 3: Electric bicycles equipped with a motor that provides assistance only when the rider is pedaling and stops when the rider stops pedaling or when the bicycle reaches the speed of 28 mph.

Max Speed

Electric scooters typically adhere to local regulations that may impose speed limits. In the absence of state-wide regulation, riders should assume that e-scooters are expected to follow the same max speed guidelines as e-bikes, where Class 1 and Class 2 e-bikes are limited to 20 mph, and Class 3 e-bikes are limited to 28 mph.

Minimum Age

No state-wide minimum age requirement exists for electric scooter riders in Wyoming. For e-bikes, while there is no state legislation specifying minimum age, Class 3 e-bike riders are typically expected to be at least 16 years old. Local jurisdictions may have additional age restrictions for the operation of e-scooters and e-bikes.

Helmets Required? 

Helmet requirements in Wyoming are not state-mandated for electric scooter or e-bike riders and may vary by municipality, especially for minors. It is advisable to wear a helmet for safety regardless of legal requirements.

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