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(A) Those persons who are 16 years of age and older may drive a motorized cart on the public streets and those accessible by the public of the city, unless such person has had his or her license to operate a motor vehicle suspended or revoked by the state which issued said license, in which case such person shall not be permitted to operate a motorized cart on the public streets and those areas accessible by the public of the city during the time of suspension or revocation.
(B) Those persons who are 15 years of age, but not yet 16 years of age, may drive a motorized cart on the public streets and those areas accessible by the public of the city. This person must have in his or her possession a valid learners permit issued by the state and be accompanied in the front seat by a person at least 18 years of age who holds a valid driver’s license.
(C) All operators shall abide by all traffic regulations applicable to vehicular traffic when using the public streets and those areas accessible by the public in the city.
(D) Motorized carts shall not be operated on sidewalks at any time.
(E) Motorized carts may be operated over those authorized public streets and those areas accessible by the public only during daylight hours unless such motorized carts are equipped with functional headlights and taillights.
(F) No motorized cart shall be permitted to operate over, along or across Highway 411 and Highway 30, except where cross streets are available.
(G) It shall be unlawful for the owner of any motorized cart or LSMV or any other person operating, employing, permitting the use of or otherwise directing the use of such motorized cart or LSMV to operate or permit the operator on any motorized cart of LSMV to drive over the public streets or those areas accessible by the public in the city in violation of this subchapter.
(H) No LSMV shall be permitted to operate on any street of which the posted speed limit exceeds 35 mph.
(1994 Code, § 15-803) (Ord. 628, passed 5-27-2003) Penalty, see § 73.99