What Is A Low Speed Vehicle?

A low-speed vehicle is legally defined as a four-wheeled vehicle that has a maximum speed of between 20 and 25 miles per hour on a flat paved surface. Its GVWR (total weight of all cargo, fluids, and passengers plus the vehicle itself) is limited to 3,000 pounds. Typical LSV applications include domestic help, campus security, … Continue reading "What Is A Low Speed Vehicle?"