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Warranty

Golf carts are NOT just for the golf courses!
Golf carts are great for hunting, fishing, sporting clays, yard work or just getting around on the farm...Georgia law states that licensed drivers can drive golf carts on the street when the speed limit is 35 mph or less but not on State Highway Roads (like Hwy 151 or Hwy 41 in Ringgold.) Drive during daylight hours and obey the same laws as the cars. You must also have a triangle or blinking light on your golf cart.

Our carts are extremely clean with matching tires and in good running condition. All carts are inspected, and test driven and for any mechanical flaws. We do not offer a warranty on used carts but we stand behind our product and will honor any problems that are counter to representation.
Is a golf cart considered a "Low Speed Vehicle?" NO, if it does not have a 17 digit vin number or have a MSO indicating LSV, NEV or ZEV. According to www.dmvs.ga.gov, "Low Speed Vehicle means any four wheeled electric vehicle whose top speed attainable in one mile is greater than 20 miles per hour but not greater than 25 miles per hour on a paved level surface...". Code Section 40_1_1 (25.1)

By: Senators Mullis of the 53rd, Stoner of the 6th and Jackson of the 24th, Effective January 1, 2012, Georgia Law SB240 in addition to Code 40_1_1 requires golf carts to have 1. A braking system sufficient for the weight and passenger capacity of the vehicle, including a parking brake. 2. A reverse warning device functional at all times when the directional control is in the reverse position. 3.  A main power switch. When the switch is in the off position or the key or other device that activates the switch is removed, the motive power circuit shall be inoperative. If the switch uses a key, it shall be removable only in the off position. 4.  Head lamps. 5. Reflex reflectors. 6. Tail lamps. 7. A horn. 8. A rearview mirror. 9. Safety warning labels and 9. Hip restraints and hand holds.

Hip restraints are not seat belts and are not defined in law. However, hip restraints are commonly known as the handles or hand holds on the side of the seats.