Are golf carts allowed on city streets in Cleveland?

Are golf carts allowed on city streets in Cleveland?

The city’s ordinance allows for vehicles to be driven on city streets where the speed limit is 25 mph. The carts are also allowed to cross other roads. According to a July 2008 article in "The Cleveland Plain Dealer," driving golf carts on public roads bring increased risk of injury for drivers.

What makes a golf cart street legal in California?

To be street legal, a golf cart must have the following functioning equipment: seat belts, a windshield, a horn, turn signals, rear-view mirror, head lights and brake lights. The LSV must be equipped with the following: a windshield, headlamps, tail lamps, stop lamps, mirrors, reflectors, parking brakes and seat belts.

What are the rules for driving a golf cart?

Cart drivers also are required to follow the same rules as other drivers. For example, DUI laws and insurance laws apply to anyone driving a golf cart on public roads. Cart drivers must be licensed drivers.

What do you need to drive a golf cart in Ohio?

Golf carts must be equipped with headlights, brake lights, taillights, turn signals, a windshield, a horn, a rearview mirror, a license plate light, and must not be capable of moving faster than 20 mph in order to be considered street legal. To operate the golf cart in Ohio, you must have a valid operator’s license.