According to owner of Eastwood Golf Carts in Rocky Point, Larry Johnson says no drivers license is needed when operating a golf cart on private property.
“No license is required if the cart is driven on private property,” says Johnson. “When you cross onto public property, the golf cart must be street legal with a title, registration and a drivers license is required. Golf carts are not allowed on the highway.”
Cities and towns in North Carolina may have their own specific laws and ordinances on the rules and operation standards for golf cart use.
Date posted: April 23, 2013
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