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Old 09-29-2005, 09:26 AM   #1
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Hiya folks

We have seen several, what we call, fun buggies, (after the business that rents them in Gatlinburg, Tenn) loaded on rear hitch carriers on a couple of Class A's lately and are wondering...

What exactly do you call these carts? They resemble a cross between a golf cart and a "stripped down" VW bug. They are electric and are really fun to cruise around through Gatlinburg's traffic. They also rent these in Myrtle Beach, as well...

I've done interenet searches and can't seem to locate them..Any suggestions???

Thanks!!
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Hiya folks

We have seen several, what we call, fun buggies, (after the business that rents them in Gatlinburg, Tenn) loaded on rear hitch carriers on a couple of Class A's lately and are wondering...

What exactly do you call these carts? They resemble a cross between a golf cart and a "stripped down" VW bug. They are electric and are really fun to cruise around through Gatlinburg's traffic. They also rent these in Myrtle Beach, as well...

I've done interenet searches and can't seem to locate them..Any suggestions???

Thanks!!
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Old 09-29-2005, 05:43 PM   #3
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Do a search on NEV. Neighborhood Electric Vehicles. They've been around for a while and can be registered a a car and driven on the street if you want. Two modes, 15 mph and 25 mph. Some on ebay and plenty of info on the web is you look them up as NEV. Good luck.
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Ahhh yes! Thanks bunches, Bubba!!!
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