Do golf carts require vehicle registration?

Because golf cart registration is more often than not a town-by-town issue, you'll need to contact your local DMV for the exact rules and regulations in your area. The regulations of golf carts is one that, obviously, has more bearing in warm-weather areas.

Examples of Golf Cart Regulation

In some states, like Nevada, for example, golf cart regulations are governed by counties and municipalities. In parts of Nevada's Clark County (home to Las Vegas) golf cart owners are required to have a DMV permit and insurance, following almost the identical steps for car registration.

Texas stopped requiring golf cart registration in 2009. Although Grayson County, located along the Oklahoma border, mandates licensing of all golf carts, requiring owners to provide the Texas DMV with proof of ownership.

And in Florida, various municipalities regulate golf carts like cars. In South Daytona, for instance, golf cart registration is no different than vehicle registration. In addition to submitting a golf cart registration form, owners must also get insurance coverage and pass a golf cart inspection conducted by the local police department.

Visitor Comments

No visitor comments posted. Post a comment

Post Comment for "Do golf carts require vehicle registration?"

To post a comment for this article, simply complete the form below. Fields marked with an asterisk are required.

User Opinions

0% thumbs up 100% thumbs down (2 votes)

How would you rate this answer?



Thank you for rating this answer.

Continue
DMVAnswers.com (the Site) is a privately owned, for-profit Web site owned by OnlineGURU, Inc. The Site specifically disclaims any and all connection with any state bureau, division, or Department of Motor Vehicles, or any state or federal government agency. DMVAnswers.com does its best to get the correct information but does not claim responsibility for the accuracy of the information displayed herein. It is not complete or certified information. The information provided on DMVAnswers.com is not legal advice, DMVAnswers.com is not a lawyer referral service, and no attorney-client or confidential relationship is or should be formed by use of the site. Additionally, the Site expressly disclaims any and all liability for third party links or resources on the Site and any claims of negligence arising from same. For official information, please consult your state motor vehicle department.