Arizona Golf Cart & Low Speed Vehicle Laws

Is this state Medium Speed Vehicle friendly? No State Law is Currently in Place.

Is License and Registration a Requirement? Yes. You also must have minimum liability insurance. Click Here for Arizona’s Motor Vehicle Services.

General Federal Law for Golf Carts:

Under current NHTSA interpretations and regulations, so long as golf cars and other similar vehicles are incapable of exceeding 20 miles per hour, they are subject to only state and local requirements regarding safety equipment. However, if these vehicles are originally manufactured so that they can go faster than 20 miles per hour, they are treated as motor vehicles under Federal law.

The standard requires low-speed vehicles to be equipped with headlamps, stop lamps, turn signal lamps, taillamps, reflex reflectors, parking brakes, rearview mirrors, windshields, seat belts, and vehicle identification numbers.

Find out more information on federal laws pertaining to golf carts and low speed vehicles here.

 

Arizona Golf Cart & Low Speed Vehicle Laws

Guidelines for Golf Carts and PTVs (Personal Transportation Vehicles)

Registration
Registration The Arizona DMV requires golf cart owners to register their vehicles.

Insurance Requirements
Minimum insurance requirements for Golf Cart owners is liability insurance with $10,000 in property damage and $15,000 in bodily injury.

Required Equipment and Speed Limitation
Golf carts must have working headlights, brake lights and a horn. Golf carts are exempt from the Arizona requirement that all motor vehicles must have a windshield.

The top speed for a golf cart is designated by the community but will not exceed 25mph. You are also not allowed to operate a golf cart on streets with a speed limit greater than 35mph.

 

HELPFUL LINKS

iltva.org
www.queencreek.org
www.ssvhoa.com
www.one.nhtsa.gov
www.one.nhtsa.gov
Golf Cart Laws by State

 

Disclaimer
Although we give a thorough approach to the golf cart laws in your state, it is recommended that you perform the research on your own and reach out to your local municipality.

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