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Old 03-23-2015, 11:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Hopeful2 View Post
I came across the following article from the Orlando Sentinel:
Pursuant to Florida law, it is allowable for a person as young as 14 years of age to operate a golf cart on public roads or streets. This does not mean that a community must allow 14 year olds to drive golf carts however, and many have chosen to require that anyone operating a golf cart must have a valid driver license.
In addition, some Florida communities have chosen to restrict young golf cart drivers even further and have raised the minimum age for driving a golf cart to age 18. (The town of Leesburg has done this.)
Thanks Hopeful, that is interesting information.
Especially that Leesburg has raised the minimum age for driving a golf cart to age 18.
IMHO, the requirement in The Villages should be that a golf cart driver either has a driver's license, or is accompanied by someone who is a licensed driver.

Whoops, sorry Topicop, I just realized this thread is primarily about the over-30 age requirement to use the Adult Pool.
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Old 03-23-2015, 12:06 PM
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Spring breakers who wish to get drunk and rowdy do not typically choose to come to TV for spring break. They go to Ft. Lauderdale, Daytona, Panama City...
The college aged kids who choose to spend spring break with their grandparents in a retirement community are not typically interested in a drunken wet t-shirt contest at the pools every day.
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