Slower moving vehicle ahead

Mobile carts in Huron are no longer limited to sand bunkers or fairways at Thunderbird Hills Golf Course. In a 4-2 vote, Huron council has approved a new law permitting people to drive golf carts on city-maintained streets where the speed limit is 35 mph or less.
Andy Ouriel
Sep 6, 2012

Mobile carts in Huron are no longer limited to sand bunkers or fairways at Thunderbird Hills Golf Course.

In a 4-2 vote, Huron council has approved a new law permitting people to drive golf carts on city-maintained streets where the speed limit is 35 mph or less.

A licensed driver must pay $25 to Huron police so officers can register the vehicle.

 

 

 

Comments

Darwin's choice

Another dumb idea.................how long before skateboards, rollerblades have their own lanes.........

old dog

Stupid!

And so is the thought of redoing the bridge lanes.

reading signs

Ah, but you see it's about tourism and keeping the rich tourists happy.

TO CHANGE THE BRIDGE LANE MARKINGS IS A LAWSUIT WAITING TO HAPPEN!!

Go ahead, city leaders, make my day. Those lanes will be marked for death and it will be your fault if you're dumb enough to go ahead with such an idiotic, no wait an idiot would have more sense, idea!

PaulYall

They past this law some years ago in Sandusky and i have only seen one golf cart on the road since it passed, i wouldn't really worry about it!  People are in way too much of a hurry to go that slow!

Uputwhatwhere7

Just out of curiosity then, Do they have to be buckled up?  Are children allowed to ride in them on city streets?  Do they have to be in a car seat?  I hope these things were considered.