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Old 01-15-2019, 02:11 PM
spring_chicken spring_chicken is offline
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Also, consider if your cart can go over 20 MPH, it is considered a LSV (Low speed Vehicle) and actually requires a license and essentially CAR insurance. If you have an accident and the police check your golf cart speed, you can expect several hundred dollars in fines, etc.
While I do not know what your insurance company would do, I can guess they would deny coverage if it can go over 20 MPH.
As for the costs, I agree with the info above.
The police have no right to test drive your golf cart after you've been in an accident. Unless they had you on radar going over 20 prior to the accident, this is a non-factor.

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Old 01-15-2019, 03:46 PM
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The police have no right to test drive your golf cart after you've been in an accident. Unless they had you on radar going over 20 prior to the accident, this is a non-factor.
And make sure your lawyer knows that while he is defending you....the police have wide powers when they believe your actions have resulted in property damage or personal injury. In addition, the lawyer for the other guy won't care what your position is.
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Old 01-15-2019, 04:36 PM
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And make sure your lawyer knows that while he is defending you....the police have wide powers when they believe your actions have resulted in property damage or personal injury. In addition, the lawyer for the other guy won't care what your position is.
You may want to read up on laws.

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Old 01-15-2019, 05:09 PM
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Kate at Thomas Ins, my golf cart insurance was renewed for my second year at $77, no increase.
Re: Bait and switch
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Old 01-15-2019, 07:06 PM
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Our annual for two carts was also relatively low, at $135. However, we just got the renewal bill and it skyrocketed to $200. And we never had any reason to file a claim, so that can't be the reason for the increase. Not happy with the bait and switch game the insurance provider plays.
I am not selling insurance. BUT, if you feel the rate you are being charged rather than complain you should do comparison shopping.
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