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Did you know that golf cart operation on NC roads requires a valid license and insurance coverage? If you have questions about street legal golf carts in North Carolina, you’ve come to the right place.
Golf carts must have a top speed of no greater than 20 miles per hour. If your golf cart is capable of going faster than 20 miles per hour but slower than 25 miles per hour, it is referred to as an LSV, or Low Speed Vehicle. If your cart can go faster than 25 miles per hour, it is classified as a motor vehicle.
Your street legal golf cart must have a license plate that is well lit, working lights, speedometer, horn, parking brake, and seat belts. Some customers forget to add tires that are approved by the Department of Transportation, as well as windshield wipers, turn signals, and reflectors on the corners of their cart.
It’s a lot to remember! If you’re not sure whether or not your cart is street legal, we can help you. Remember that in order to legally operate on the roads, a vehicle must also have a VIN (Vehicle Identification Number), and that pertains to golf carts, too.16
Golf carts can be driven on secondary highways and streets where the speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less. You are also permitted to cross a road with a speed limit greater than 35 miles per hour, but you may not ride down this street.
There are also restrictions as to when you can operate your cart. If you have two working headlights and two working tail lights, you can operate your cart at any time. However, if you do not have four working lights, you can only drive your golf cart during daylight hours.
Yes. To legally operate your golf cart, you must have an up-to-date license and be able to prove insurance coverage. You will also need to register your vehicle. Drivers of golf carts should obtain Personal Injury Protection and Property Damage Liability insurance. Be sure to check with your local government for the most accurate legal requirements.
If you have a cart that’s currently not street legal, there are parts and accessories available that will allow you to operate your cart on roads with speed limits of 35 miles per hour or less. As the Triangle’s premier destination for golf carts, both new and pre-owned golf carts, you can be confident you’re in great hands! Contact us today for information on street legal parts and accessories or stop by our show room to see our latest inventory of street legal golf carts. It’s time to ride around town in style and making memories with family and friends.
Have more questions about what makes a golf cart street legal in NC, or about golf cart ownership in general? We have answers! Contact your J’s Golf Carts experts here online, or call us at 919-552-9351 to speak to the team!