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Unread 03-19-2012, 12:51 PM   #301
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Default Re: Anyone get their cart Florida Street Legal?

Def. Go 48 volt, D&D for the motors, Google it, ours is older so I'd check another thread for info on the latest motor recommendations, or start a thread. We added a single marine 12 volt deep cycle battery for the lights and stereo with a switch to keep the radio from killing it.
As far as the parts to make it legal, we bought mostly from the guys that advertise on this site, like ECC, BUT, take the time to search for the best prices and availability of what you are looking for. You can fabricate things as well to meet the requirements. I bought a manual wiper and used parts to make it snap on to the windshield frame, no holes in my windshield, passed inspection and I leave it in the glove box for if I get pulled over.
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Unread 03-19-2012, 08:46 PM   #302
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I just got my tags and insurance in Tn. mines from Allstate I got liability only 75.00 a year full coverage for 8500.00 was 350.00 a year.
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Unread 05-10-2012, 05:19 PM   #303
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Allstate and State Farm have insurance for LSV's... Allstate is cheaper for same coverage. If you have a problem with your local agents saying that they don't offer it post here and I'll give you agents that know how to add it
Scubabud - My Allstate agent here in FL seems to be trying really hard but coming up blank... Says they have to have the make and model.. Calling it a 2012 ASPT is not working. What Allstate agent are you using!?
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I got to talk to the agent and got full coverage for 8500.00 for 90.00 a year, still through Allstate.
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Unread 05-13-2012, 08:29 AM   #305
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Scubabud - My Allstate agent here in FL seems to be trying really hard but coming up blank... Says they have to have the make and model.. Calling it a 2012 ASPT is not working. What Allstate agent are you using!?
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Unread 05-14-2012, 08:39 AM   #306
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I've been thinking of making my cart street legal since there are plenty of 35mph roads where I live (Pembroke Pines, Fl). How much is the average total costs as far as DHSMV goes? Is the tag permanent or yearly renewal?
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I've been thinking of making my cart street legal since there are plenty of 35mph roads where I live. How much is the average total costs as far as DHSMV goes? Is the tag permanent or yearly renewal?
Just think of it as a CAR. Insurance, plate, etc. is the same as with a car.
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Unread 05-14-2012, 09:00 AM   #308
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Well, my truck tag is around $80. I'm hoping its not that much. And, is the cart tag permanent like antique tags? Any application fees?
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Gary was awesome! got it done in 5 minutes... thanks for lead
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Ok, so I FINALLY got my cart street legal!!!!! Let me tell you after reading all the post I was kind of nervous, but everything went well and I was in and out of the Tampa, Fl Regional DMV with a VIN and TAG in less than an hour. I also got insurance for an LSV through USAA and it's only $15 a month and they knew exactly what I was talking about and needed.
I can't say enough good things about the people at the Tampa DMV office. I called up there twice a few days ahead to get all the information and then to make sure that all my paperwork was filled out right and they were really helpful. Then when I got there the lady at the counter couldn't believe all my paperwork was right the 1st time around and said I'll go get your VIN and meet you out front to look at the cart. Her and another gentleman looked it over and made me turn on the lights, blinkers, horn, and etc and that was it. She placed the VIN sticker on steering wheel column and I loaded the cart back onto the trailer, called my insurance, went inside paid the bill, and was out of there.
Now I just need to find out if the seat belt and child restraint laws are the same on the golf cart (LSV) as in a vehicle. The main reason is to see if I "have" to have our 1.5 yr old in a big car seat.
Thanks to all for the help and comments through this forum. It definitely would've been a lot harder without it.
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