2011 Louisiana Laws
TITLE 32 — Motor vehicles and traffic regulation
RS 32:127 — Golf cart and all-terrain vehicle crossings
§127. Golf cart and all-terrain vehicle crossings
A. Any law to the contrary notwithstanding, golf carts and all-terrain vehicles are authorized to cross Louisiana Highway 1 on marked or designated paths or crossings for such vehicles within the town limits of Grand Isle between sunrise and sunset.
B. A valid driver's license shall be a prerequisite for operating a golf cart or all-terrain vehicle when crossing Louisiana Highway 1 in the town of Grand Isle.
C. Crossing signs may be posted by the Department of Transportation and Development at the request of the governing authority of the town of Grand Isle.
D. The Department of Transportation and Development, with the consultation and advice of the governing authority of the town of Grand Isle, shall formulate guidelines to determine where such crossing signs shall be placed in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
E. For the purposes of this Section, the provisions of R.S. 32:53(D), R.S. 32:235(C), R.S. 32:261, and Chapter 5 of this Title shall not apply and golf carts and all-terrain vehicles shall not be considered a vehicle for purposes of defining "equipment" as referenced in Part V of Chapter 1 of this Title.
Acts 2009, No. 110, §1.
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