How old do you have to be to drive a dune buggy in Florida?

How old do you have to be to drive a dune buggy in Florida?

317.0003. (3) No person under 16 years of age shall operate, ride, or be otherwise propelled on an all-terrain vehicle unless the person wears a safety helmet meeting United States Department of Transportation standards and eye protection.

What is the difference between a dune buggy and a beach buggy?

A dune buggy — also known as a beach buggy — is a recreational motor vehicle with large wheels, and wide tires, designed for use on sand dunes, beaches, roads or desert recreation.

Are UTVs street legal in Florida?

In Florida, an ATV may be operated on an unpaved public roadway, with a posted speed limit less than 35 m.p.h., during the day. This provision does not apply to UTVs unless authorized by the local authority. You are not permitted to operate an ATV or UTV on any other public road, street or highway.

Do you need a license to drive an ATV in Florida?

Any individual below the age of 16 years must operate an ATV under the supervision of an adult. Any individual below the age of 16 years, operating an ATV, must possess a certificate as proof of completing an approved OHV safety course; unless they are not a resident of Florida for a period less than 30 days.

Can you drive a golf cart on the road in Florida?

In general, Florida only allows you to drive a golf cart on a highway if it divides a subdivision, trailer park, or golf course. You do not have to title or register a golf cart with the state, either.

Do you need a license in Florida to drive a golf cart?

In Florida, you do not need a valid driver’s license to operate a golf cart. The state does not impose age restrictions for operating a golf cart while on a golf course. But a golf cart driver has to be over 14 years old when crossing a public road designated for golf carts.

Do golf carts need insurance in Florida?

What are Florida’s golf cart insurance requirements? Florida doesn’t require insurance for golf carts. But low-speed vehicles, or LSVs, are a separate category from golf carts in Florida and are required to have minimum liability coverage.