EV World Editor's Comment: FMVSS-class 'neighborhood electric vehicles' do incorporate safety features not typically found on conventional golf cars including seat belts, auto safety glass, headlamps and turn signals.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- With two GEO Trackers, a Lexus and a pickup truck, retired coal miner Bob Woll has many ways to zip around his southern Illinois town to visit friends, the fairgrounds or the frozen custard stand. These days, he prefers his electric golf cart.
"There's no noise, no checking the oil or how much gas you've got. You just get on and go," said Woll, a 67-year-old alderman in Sesser, Ill., who helped pass an ordinance permitting golf carts to ride on the streets.
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