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Woodrun Bylaw

Section 9. No all-terrain vehicle (ATV), golf cart, or utility vehicles may be operated on the roads of Woodrun except by licensed drivers 16 and older. Dirt bikes, scooters and go-carts may be operated on the roads of Woodrun Subdivision provided that they are “street legal” and are only operated by legally licensed drivers aged 16 and older.

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Below you will find links to various golf cart and ATV crashes that were filmed.  We don't know the extent of injuries that occurred in these crashes.  There are over 88 videos of golf cart crashes.  There are over 100 crashes of All Terrain Vehicles (ATVs). Most of these accidents occurred with adults driving that "supposedly" knew how to drive, think how much worse it is with children who have little experience with them.  And then it begs the question "How many thousand accidents were not filmed?"

Golf Cart Crashes

ATV crashes

North Carolina State Laws

 Children under age 16 must be supervised by a person at least age 18.

  Passengers may not be carried unless the ATV was designed to carry passengers.
  All ATV operators must wear helmet and eye protection.

  ATV use on public streets and highways is prohibited except to cross.

  No ATV shall be operated without a lighted headlight and taillight from ½ hour after sunset to ½ hour before sunrise.

  Effective October 1, 2006, every ATV operator born on or after January 1, 1990, must have an ATV safety certificate.

  People using ATVs for farming, hunting or trapping are exempt from the law’s provisions.

Any person who operates a golf cart must be at least sixteen (16) years of age or older. No person may operate a golf cart unless that person is licensed to drive upon the public streets, roads and highways of North Carolina and then, only in accordance with such valid driver's license.
Where To Ride an ATV