When to wear a helmet: What to do in the car if you need one

By Matt Rocheleau / The Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — When you’re in the backseat of a car, you have to wear your helmet.

In fact, the federal government says most drivers are required to wear it, even if you’re not on the road.

The rule came in a recent rule from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration that came with some exceptions.

It’s also not a requirement for most drivers to wear the helmet in a public place like bars, restaurants and shopping malls.

In some places, including the suburbs and cities, it’s illegal to drive with a helmet on.

The exception comes in cases where the driver is not wearing a seat belt or in some cases where it’s just a safety hazard.

In those cases, the law says a helmet must be worn if you have a severe head injury or a concussion or a head injury where the skull has been dislocated or a permanent or minor brain injury.

Drivers who wear a seatbelt must wear it if they are going to drive or are driving to pick up someone.

The law says they must also wear a face shield and face shield for children under the age of 13.

In many cases, they have to go to a police station and get a helmet and the face shield, but not both.