2011 Florida Statutes
TITLE XLV — TORTS
Chapter 768 — NEGLIGENCE
PART I — GENERAL PROVISIONS
768.093 — Owner liability limits; powered shopping carts.
768.093 Owner liability limits; powered shopping carts.—
(1) For the purposes of this section, the term powered shopping cart means an electrically powered assistive technology device which is generally used in a retail establishment by a customer, designed for the simultaneous transport of a person and of goods of any kind, and capable of speeds no greater than 21/2 miles per hour.
(2) A powered shopping cart which is provided to a person gratuitously for use solely on the premises of the owner of such powered shopping cart shall not be considered a dangerous instrumentality in this state.
History.—s. 1, ch. 2002-33.
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