Are golf carts allowed on my road?

Golf carts are unlicensed, unregistered motor vehicles that are specifically not allowed on public County Maintained roadways. Golf carts are defined by Section 320.01(22) Florida Statutes. LSVs (Low Speed Vehicles) are defined by Section 320.01(41) Florida Statute as any four wheeled vehicle that the top speed is greater than 20 mph but not greater than 25 mph. LSVs must be registered, titled, and insured and are allowed to operate on public roadways with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less. Please see Florida Statutes for other requirements of LSVs.

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1. How do I report a drainage issue?
2. How do I report a traffic related concern? (Traffic Signals, Turn Lanes, Intersection Studies)
3. How do I get a crosswalk at a specific location?
4. How do I get a traffic calming device (speed bump) at a specific location?
5. How can I get the speed limit changed/placed on my road?
6. Are golf carts allowed on my road?
7. How do I report a water or sewer issue?
8. How do I get a no parking sign placed in the County right-of-way?
9. How do I get a sidewalk along my road?
10. How do I report School Zone beacons that are not flashing or flashing during the wrong times?