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Golf Carts

Golf carts can only be operated in Arbor Springs Plantation on sidewalks or cart paths by:
Persons 16 years or older with valid drivers license.
Persons 12, 13, 14, & 15 may drive but must be accompanied in the front seat by a parent, grandparent, or legal guardian. 
No one under 12 years of age may drive a cart.
Operation on Coweta County roads must comply with state and county requirements. 
Golf carts violating the Association rules, state, or county laws are subject to fines and/or towing.
Sidewalks in Arbor Springs Plantation were designed in width to handle golf cart traffic with the exception of the sidewalk on Arbor Springs Plantation Drive.  The sidewalks are not designed to accommodate speed.  Each golf cart should be operated appropriate to conditions and in a safe manner.
The GOLF COURSE IS NOT an Arbor Springs Association Property.  It is privately owned.  Only those golf carts of club members approved for play through the Coweta Club may be operated on a golf course path or property.
Operate golf carts with the same caution as a car.  Golf cart owners can be held criminally and civilly liable for acts committed on their carts.
Remain seated while cart is in motion.
No one may sit in the driver’s lap while cart is in motion.
Young children should sit flat in the seat to avoid injury from falling or being thrown from the cart.
All operators must abide by all traffic regulations applicable to vehicular traffic.
Slow down when approaching other path users, curves, or intersections.
Use caution when crossing streets or driveways.  Stop cart if autos are approaching.
Golf carts driven at night must be equipped with functional headlights and taillights.
Most homeowner insurance policies do not cover golf carts off the homeowner’s property.  This can be a significant liability to golf cart owners involved in accidents.  Golf cart insurance is inexpensive and offered by local insurance companies.  Golf cart owners are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to obtain this liability insurance.