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Nebraska Golf Cart and LSV Laws

Golf carts and low-speed vehicles (LSV) may look like each other but there are important differences.

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The most obvious difference is speed. Golf carts can get up to 20 mph while LSVs can get up to 25 mph.

Pennsylvania Golf Carts And LSV Laws

There are two types of carts that each have their own set of laws and regulations. The standard golf cart and the Low Speed Vehicle or (LSV).

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The basic difference between the two are the equipment they are outfitted with and how fast they go.

Arizona Golf Cart and LSV Laws

Arizona is home to a lot of retirees and golf enthusiasts. Anyone who has spent time in the state knows that it is not uncommon to see a golf cart of low-speed vehicle driving down a residential road.

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The state has been very proactive in setting up laws for both carts and low-speed vehicles. They work to not only protect other drivers and pedestrians but those driving these vehicles as well. Read below to learn more about the most up to date Arizona golf cart laws.

Delaware Golf Cart And LSV Laws

A golf cart and a low-speed vehicle, also known as an LSV appear the same upon first glance; however, the two of them are different in numerous ways.

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Unless it has been modified, a golf cart can go up to 20 miles per hour. A low-speed vehicle can reach speeds of 25-30 miles per hour.

Arkansas Golf Cart and LSV Laws

At first glance, the differences between an ordinary golf cart and an LSV (Low Speed Vehicle) might not seem apparent. However, there are  differences which one must bear in mind, as there are different laws that apply to either of them depending on which state you reside.

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What is the difference between a Golf Cart and LSV?

Illinois Golf Cart and LSV Laws

The low speed vehicle (LSV) officially established itself as a new class of transportation and fully distinguishable from the golf cart, back in 1998. It was then that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) introduced a new standard. They must run on four wheels, have a weight which is less than 3,000 pounds, and have a top speed no greater than 25 mph.

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