Nevada Public Safety; Vehicles; Watercraft

Sec. § 482.398
Issuance in county whose population is 700,000 or more; conditions under which permit not necessary.


1.

In a county whose population is 700,000 or more, a permit for the operation of a golf cart may be issued by the Department if the golf cart is equipped as required by subsection 2 and evidence of insurance as required for the registration of a motor vehicle is submitted when application for the permit is made.

2.

A golf cart must have the following equipment:

(a)

Headlamps;

(b)

Tail lamps, reflectors, stop lamps and an emblem or placard for slow moving vehicles;

(c)

A mirror; and

(d)

Brakes.
Ê Each of these items of equipment must meet the standards prescribed for motor vehicles generally.

3.

A permit is not required for the operation of a golf cart during daylight, by a person holding a current driver’s license, if the golf cart is:

(a)

Equipped with an emblem or placard for slow moving vehicles; and

(b)

Operated solely upon that portion of a highway designated by the appropriate city or county as a:

(1)

Crossing for golf carts; or

(2)

Route of access between a golf course and the residence or temporary abode of the owner or operator of the golf cart.
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Feb. 5, 2021