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Should golf carts be allowed on community streets?

Yes

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Carts are more convenient and cheaper for short trips in neighborhood and town
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Carts are quieter and less polluting than motor vehicles, better for environment
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Golf carts are safer than bikes, and bikes are allowed everywhere
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Enhances the quality of life for residents in a community
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Great for disabled persons, disabling for abled people.
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With short distances and 25mph, carts are safer, cheaper, quicker, and simpler.
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Carts are cheaper than cars, and would give more people access to transportation
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Could allow for more communication flow between residents
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Allowing golf carts can be an attractive draw for potential residents
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Golf carts are easier to park than larger motor vehicles
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Open air carts will solve the *Who did it* problem with cars: trapped stink.
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No

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Carts put kids and adults on streets in a vehicle not designed for safety
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Golf carts on the road can create frustrated drivers of other motor vehicles
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Signs, registration, and government oversight will incur a cost to the city
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Other drivers could get impatient, making it less safe overall.
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Children have easier access to driving golf carts than other motor vehicles
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Drivers may use private property as short cuts
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Golf carts can slow down traffic
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Can increase crime, including damage to property, trespassing and theft
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People will drive distances they would have walked/biked, and be less healthy
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Need car 4 @ least one: school/work/grocery. If have car, cart= needless waste.
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