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Old 07-15-2013, 08:49 AM   #15
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FYI, for those who have a handicap placard. CGs can not stop you from using your golf car. Just have your handicap placard with you. They can not force you to rent one of their cars. This is true across all states. It is also true for any event (like the large RV shows).
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Old 07-24-2013, 02:25 PM   #16
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In the last couple of weeks I have been checking with the RV resorts that we are interested in staying at. Great News!!!
All of them either have on their websites or thru phone calls only require an insurance policy to be shown at checkin!
I think this is reasonable since the coaches and people that could be run into could be very pricey, they simply want to be sure you are good for it!
I will be hauling the new custom cart with us always!!
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Old 07-24-2013, 06:01 PM   #17
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In the last couple of weeks I have been checking with the RV resorts that we are interested in staying at. Great News!!!
All of them either have on their websites or thru phone calls only require an insurance policy to be shown at checkin!
I think this is reasonable since the coaches and people that could be run into could be very pricey, they simply want to be sure you are good for it!
I will be hauling the new custom cart with us always!!
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Old 07-24-2013, 06:33 PM   #18
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I am not sure about Myrtle Beach but I am pretty sure I saw golf cars on the roads in S.C.
FYI...

Golf cart permits are available at any SCDMV branch office. The permit allows a licensed driver to operate a golf cart during daylight hours on a secondary highway or street within four miles of his residence or place of business.

To obtain a golf cart permit, you must:
Complete Form GC-2, Golf Cart Permit Registration
Provide proof of insurance for the golf cart
Provide the driver license number of any licensed driver who will operate the golf cart
Submit a fee of $5.00.

The law pertaining to the issuance of Golf Cart permits (56-2-105) has been amended effective October 1, 2012. The amendment requires golf cart permits to expire five years from the date of issuance. Golf cart owners holding golf cart permits on or before October 1, 2012 will have until September 30, 2015 to obtain a replacement permit. The amendment also discontinues the requirement of a listing of all operators of the golf cart and operators must be a licensed driver 16 years of age or older.

SCDMV will implement changes required by law in January 2013. Until these changes are implemented, DMV will follow current procedures and use the existing forms for issuance of Golf Cart permits. Permits issued prior to implementation must be replaced by September 30, 2015.
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A friend of mine they bought one of those new real quiet UTV's that is street legal. They have had some looks from some resort guests apparently because they are only supposed to have golf carts. They use the UTV to go on trails, shopping and around the park site. Since it is licensed and street legal I do not supposed you could prohibit it. He tells me the thing is so quiet you don't even hear it.
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On one of the other forums people were complaining about kids driving carts all over the park, way to fast, and could care less if they were annoying other campers. I think it was a campground in Myrtle Beach. Said they would never go back to that campground.
Me too! We quickly decided we will never return to Ocean Lakes Campground in Myrtle Beach, SC. The place is huge, over 4,000 sites, and it seemed every kid in the place was behind the wheel of a golf cart. The CG has rules that are totally ignored, and cart drivers acted like they owned the streets.
BTW, they rent carts_$50 a day.
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