The operation of a low-speed vehicle as defined in s. 320.01 or a mini truck as defined in s. 320.01 on any road is authorized with the following restrictions:
(1) A low-speed vehicle or mini truck may be operated only on streets where the posted
speed limit is 35 miles per hour or less. This does not prohibit a low-speed vehicle or mini truck from crossing a road or
street at an intersection where the road or street has a posted speed limit of more
than 35 miles per hour.
(2) A low-speed vehicle must be equipped with headlamps, stop lamps, turn signal lamps,
taillamps, reflex reflectors, parking brakes, rearview mirrors, windshields, seat
belts, and vehicle identification numbers.
(3) A low-speed vehicle or mini truck must be registered and insured in accordance
with s. 320.02 and titled pursuant to chapter 319.
(4) Any person operating a low-speed vehicle or mini truck must have in his or her
possession a valid driver license.
(5) A county or municipality may prohibit the operation of low-speed vehicles or mini
trucks on any road under its jurisdiction if the governing body of the county or municipality
determines that such prohibition is necessary in the interest of safety.
(6) The Department of Transportation may prohibit the operation of low-speed vehicles
or mini trucks on any road under its jurisdiction if it determines that such prohibition
is necessary in the interest of safety.
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