Great question. The answer is yes – subject to certain conditions.
First, it’s important to understand that there are (2) categories of vehicles that are often referred to as ‘golf carts’.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles defines the two categories of golf carts:
1. Unmodified - as-if straight off the golf course and not capable of exceeding 20mph, and
2. Converted - stock golf carts which have been modified to become Low Speed Vehicles (LSVs) with the following accessory equipment
- Front and rear turn signals
- Stop lamps
- Tail lamps
- Reflex reflectors, red – one each side and one on the rear
- Exterior mirror on the driver side and an interior rear-view mirror or…
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