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With many retirement communities scattered around the Sunshine State, Florida is a hotbed for golf carts and low-speed vehicles (LSVs). The state has recently put into place laws for both golf carts and low-speed vehicles.
Before a person purchases a new vehicle to get around, it is essential to know all the rules and regulations in the state. Let’s take a look at the different laws to keep in mind.
Georgia golf cart laws distinguish between golf carts and low-speed-vehicles (LSVs). There are different sets of rules concerning who can operate each type of vehicle and how each vehicle must be equipped when driven on state roadways.
Georgia golf cart laws, as well as the state’s LSV laws, are written to maintain the highest levels of safety for drivers, passengers, and pedestrians.
A golf cart is a standard four-wheel vehicle, and they are not manufactured with the necessary safety equipment to make them street legal.
Low-speed vehicles (LSVs) on the other hand, contain their own Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). They also contain safety features such as headlights, brake lights, turn signals, seat belts, rear and side view mirrors, seat belts, and advanced braking systems.