(a) An operator may operate a neighborhood electric vehicle:
(1) in a master planned community:
(A) that has in place a uniform set of restrictive covenants; and
(B) for which a county or municipality has approved a plat;
(2) on a public or private beach; or
(3) on a public highway for which the posted speed limit is not more than 35 miles per hour, if the neighborhood electric vehicle is operated:
(A) during the daytime; and
(B) not more than two miles from the location where the neighborhood electric vehicle is usually parked and for transportation to or from a golf course.
(b) A person is not required to register a neighborhood electric vehicle operated in compliance with this section.
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