What is an under-speed vehicle?

Most Commonly Known as a Golf Cart, an Under-Speed Vehicle (Usv) Is a Three- or Four-Wheel Motor Vehicle with an Attainable Speed of Not More Than 20 Miles Per Hour, with a Gross Vehicle Weight of Less Than 3,000 Pounds.

Most Commonly Known as a Golf Cart, an Under-Speed Vehicle (Usv) Is a Three- or Four-Wheel Motor Vehicle with an Attainable Speed of Not More Than 20 Miles Per Hour, with a Gross Vehicle Weight of Less Than 3,000 Pounds.


View the Grove City Code Chapter 376, Operation Restricted for Low-Speed and Under-Speed Vehicles.

Low-Speed and Under-Speed Vehicles Are Not Permitted on Sidewalks or Shared-Use/Multi-Use Paths. These Areas Are Intended for Use by Pedestrians, Including Skaters, Joggers, Users of Manual and Motorized Wheelchairs and Other Authorized Motorized and Non-Motorized Users. To Operate an Lsv or Usv on a Street with a Speed Limit of 35 Miles Per Hour or Lower, the Following Is Required.

  • Lsv and Usv Drivers Must Have a Valid Driver's License and Proof of Financial Responsibility in Amounts Equal to Requirements Under Ohio Revised Code Chapter 4509.01(K)).
  • Vehicle Must Be Registered and Titled in Accordance with Ohio Revised Code Chapters 4503 and 4505.
  • Vehicle Must Pass Inspection by the Grove City Division of Police or Other Authorized Agency and Must Comply with Requirements Established by the Ohio Department of Public Safety.

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