A learner's permit is the first leap towards obtaining a full-fledged driver's license. The program, authored by the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), is designed to give you behind-the-wheel experience under the supervision of other licensed drivers.
Applying for an Instruction Permit Phase one of the learning process begins with getting an Instruction Permit. This permit allows the driver to operate a motor vehicle only if accompanied by a fully licensed passenger. The permit is valid for one year and costs $20.
While you have the permit, you must complete 50 hours of behind-the-wheel-training, with 10 of these hours at night. The Wyoming Department of Transportation provides a log sheet to record the hours.
Once you've driven 50 hours, the log sheet must be signed by a parent, guardian, or other licensed driver who can evaluate your driving ability.