Street Legal Utility Vehicles
These electric vehicles cost pennies a day to operate but do the work of a small pickup truck. Carryall 510 and 710 come standard with 3-pt seatbelts, mirrors, tail lights, brake lights, turn signals, and a horn, plus a locking glove box and backup camera system.
from point a to point b
Get around your resort, campus, or work site with zero emissions and more efficiency.
These utility vehicles are also purpose-built for work on our industry-leading aluminum frames that stand right up to the water, salt, and chemicals often used on resorts and campuses.
What is a low speed vehicle?
All LSV vehicles must meet all U.S. federal safety standards (FMVSS
500) which require a registered VIN number, automotive safety
windshield glass, safety belts, turn signals, headlamps, brake lights,
horn, mirrors, reflex reflectors, a parking brake and a rear view
camera. They also must meet state and local laws which can include
windshield wipers and warning beacons.
In addition to federal, local and state laws the Society of Automotive Engineers created a voluntary industry standard for LSVs with SAEJ2358 LSV. This voluntary safety standard includes additional detailed requirements.
SAFETY STANDARDS OF CLUB CAR LSV’S
Club Car LSVs meet not only FMVSS500 LSV standards but also fully comply with the more stringent automotive SAEJ2358 standards with the inclusion of Occupant Protective Structures on all cars.