prohibits carts to be driven on the sidewalks;
requires all drivers to have a valid driver’s license and obey the traffic laws when operating a cart;
only allows carts with headlights, brake lights, turn signals and a windshield to be on the designated roads before sunrise and after sunset;
requires carts to have working brakes, steering, safe tires, a rearview mirror and red reflectors in the front and back, on the roadways;
gives pedestrians the right of way before carts.
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