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January 04, 2010


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To answer your question at the end, because it just might be a scooter.

How do the golf carts I see around town get out of the safety standards?

Federal regulations exempt vehicles that weigh less than a certain amount and have a low top speed. Many private communities allow golf carts to run on their streets; because they're private they can do what they like. A golf cart isn't street legal on public roads but enforcement may be lax because of the class and age of the people driving them.

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