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Police in Michigan City warn against driving off-road vehicles on public streets

Photo via Michigan City Police Department

Photo via Michigan City Police Department

MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. – The Michigan City Police Department is reminding everyone to follow the law after they say a juvenile driving a golf cart collided with a vehicle near Maple and Superior Streets.

Police say the juvenile sustained non life-threatening injuries and is okay.

Operating a golf cart on city streets is illegal in the state of Indiana, according to police.

To drive a golf cart or off-road vehicle on a public street, you must have authorization from the city (i.e., an ordinance).

You can be cited with a Class-C infraction for driving an off-road vehicle on public streets, which will result in the vehicle being impounded.

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JohnAlley 1 day ago
From the picture and the headline it looks like the story will be that the cops will flip your golf cart over if you drive it on the street
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