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Are Golf Carts "Street Legal" in Fla?

There is a lot of confusion regarding Florida's regulation of "low speed vehicles" and golf carts on streets and roads throughout the state. This article attempts to answer the more common scenarios but is by no means a full and comprehensive authority on the subject. If you ...

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