They shouldn’t mix with regular vehicles on public roads.
December 22, 2010
Tiny Wheego Whip fails side crash test
A recent side crash test of the 2010 electric Wheego Whip shows why low-speed vehicles like the Whip shouldn't share the road with regular traffic.
May 20, 2010
Low-speed vehicles don't belong on roads
More and more, low-speed vehicles and minitrucks are being allowed on public roads next to larger, faster-moving vehicles. New crash tests show why this is a terrible idea.
October 22, 2008
NHTSA rejects faster, heavier golf carts
Federal regulators have rejected petitions to increase the allowable weight for low-speed vehicles and also launch a medium-speed-vehicle class.
April 6, 2002
Souped-up golf carts hit the streets
Neighborhood electric vehicles are becoming more common because of environmental incentives, but it's dangerous for these glorified golf carts to mix with regular traffic.
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