Street Legal Golf Carts in Lauderdale by the Sea

Street Legal Golf Carts In Lauderdale By The Sea is becoming very popular. Many people in Fort Lauderdale have taken a liking to LSV Golf Carts. They are  low-speed, compact and very environmentally friendly, and a lot of the local officials see them as a good fit for the community. This is a better way for the locals to get around town.

The town is looking into making things easier  for people who drive LSV carts to park in the crowded commercial area. The city is planning to make some of the parking spaces for street legal golf cart only parking. By converting one regular space to LSV parking spaces we can park up to 4 LSV carts in one car space which leaves more room for cars to park.

City officials don’t know how many Street Legal Golf Carts In Lauderdale By The Sea are in town, but said they’re seeing them with increasing frequency. The officials said they can make sense in compact communities like Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Sea Ranch Lakes and Lighthouse Point. They are even practical in upscale neighborhoods like Harbor Beach in Fort Lauderdale.

Why would you jump in the big Cadillac Escalade to go half a mile to get something to eat when you can drive your Cadillac Escalade Golf Cart ? You would take you Full size Escalade if you were driving to Boca Raton.

We have seen a sales spike when the price of gas goes up. We also find it very common for people to drive them around town because they’ve seen someone else in the neighborhood driving around town with one. I think as people start seeing more of the LSV vehicles around town, more people will want  to own one of them. The Street Legal Golf Carts In Lauderdale By The Sea would help create a clean environment for us to live in and would also reduce the parking problems in the downtown area..

Unlike for standard golf carts, Florida law requires the LSV to have headlights, brake lights, turn signals, seat belts, a windshield, parking brakes and a vehicle identification number. The electric vehicles are designed not to exceed 25 mph, must be registered and legally insured, and any operator must have a valid driver’s license.

The vehicles can only be driven on roads with speed limits of 35 mph or less, which covers the whole town. City officials are considering buying several LSV carts to help with code and parking enforcement operations. They are cheaper to run and they give you a lot more interaction with pedestrians.