Low-Speed Vehicles

 

General Information

A low-speed vehicle is considered a motor vehicle for title, registration, and uniform fee assessment requirements. It is designed for operation at speeds of not more than 25 miles per hour and has a capacity of not more than four passengers, including the driver.

A low-speed vehicle may not be operated if structurally altered from the original manufacturer's design, and cannot be operated on a highway with a posted speed of more than 35 miles per hour. Low-speed vehicles are exempt from county emissions requirements.

 

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Requirements for Registration:

 

 

Small Motor Vehicles

A small motor vehicle is a motor vehicle to be registered that has an engine with 150 less cubic centimeters (cc) or a motor that produces five or less horsepower (hp). Small motor vehicles are exempt from county emissions requirements.

 

Requirements for Titling:

 

Requirements for Registration:

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