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For the purposes of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning:
A vehicle specifically designed and intended for the purposes of transporting one or more persons and their golf clubs or maintenance equipment while engaged in the playing of golf, supervising the play of golf, or maintaining the condition of the grounds on a public or private golf course.
A self-propelled, electric-powered, four (4) wheeled motor vehicle (or a self-propelled, gasoline-powered, 4 wheeled motor vehicle) that is capable of attaining in one mile a speed of more than twenty (20) miles per hour, but not more than twenty-five (25) miles per hour, and which conforms to federal regulations under Title 49 C.F.R. Part 571.500.
The following motor vehicles not specifically designed to be used on a public highway:
(A) a golf cart;
(B) a neighborhood vehicle; and
(C) a recreational off-highway vehicle.
RECREATIONAL OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE:
Any motorized off-highway device designed to travel primarily off-highway, sixty-four inches (64") or less in width, having a manufacturer's dry weight of two thousand pounds (2,000) or less, travelling on four (4) or more nonhighway tires, designed with a non-straddle seat and a steering wheel for steering control, except equipment such as lawnmowers. (Ord. 21-17, 11-15-2021)