Are you planning a trip to Put-in-Bay and wondering how old you have to be to drive a golf cart? Well, the answer is simple: all drivers must have a valid driver's license, be at least 18 years old and sign a rental agreement to operate a golf cart on South Bass Island. This agreement includes the driver assuming responsibility for renting their golf cart in Put-in-Bay. Golf cart capacities are very strict, as in all Put-in-Bay accommodations, so be sure not to ride in a 4-person golf cart with 5 passengers or the Put-in-Bay police could cite you. Ed's Bar & Grille and MIST Swim-Up Bar, Delaware Cart Rentals, have golf cart rentals available in different sizes.
They have 2-, 4- and 6-passenger cars available in both electricity and gas (depending on availability) for hourly, daily or one-night rentals. Golf carts are ideal for South Bass Island roads. You can set your own pace for traveling on these paved, flat roads. Put-in-Bay Golf Cart Depot is located on Catawba Avenue, a short walk from the Jet Express ferry, next to one of the best-known Put-in-Bay restaurants, the Reel Bar, and just around the corner from Mr.
Golf Carts on Put-in-Bay are considered licensed motor vehicles, meaning that the same rules apply here as in Cleveland or whatever city you're from. Island Club golf carts offer guests staying in Put-in-Bay condominiums and Island Club homes access to private golf cart rentals. Having your golf cart will allow you and your group to explore Put-in-Bay's many attractions, including the 20 best free things to do in Put-in-Bay at your own pace. Put-in-Bay golf carts offer many different seating configurations, including carts that can accommodate 2, 4, 6 and 8 people.
A safe way to deal with golf cart laws is that, in general terms, any law that applies to a motor vehicle applies to a golf cart. Driving a golf cart in Put-in-Bay is governed by the same rules and regulations as a car, as each golf cart is fully licensed and has license plates. All Put-in-Bay Golf Carts golf carts run on gas and run for one week, unlike electric carts, which are slower and must be recharged daily, and become progressively slower as the rental period is later in the day. So if you're planning a trip to Put-in-Bay and want to drive a golf cart around the island, make sure you meet all of the requirements: you must be 18 years old or older with a valid driver's license and sign a rental agreement.