Carts are more convenient and cheaper for short trips in neighborhood and town
Carts are quieter and less polluting than motor vehicles, better for environment
Golf carts are safer than bikes, and bikes are allowed everywhere
Enhances the quality of life for residents in a community
Great for disabled persons, disabling for abled people.
With short distances and 25mph, carts are safer, cheaper, quicker, and simpler.
Carts are cheaper than cars, and would give more people access to transportation
Could allow for more communication flow between residents
Allowing golf carts can be an attractive draw for potential residents
Golf carts are easier to park than larger motor vehicles
Open air carts will solve the *Who did it* problem with cars: trapped stink.
Carts put kids and adults on streets in a vehicle not designed for safety
Golf carts on the road can create frustrated drivers of other motor vehicles
Signs, registration, and government oversight will incur a cost to the city
Other drivers could get impatient, making it less safe overall.
Children have easier access to driving golf carts than other motor vehicles
Drivers may use private property as short cuts
Golf carts can slow down traffic
Can increase crime, including damage to property, trespassing and theft
People will drive distances they would have walked/biked, and be less healthy
Need car 4 @ least one: school/work/grocery. If have car, cart= needless waste.