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Yes, if the driver has a valid driver’s license, proof of insurance on the golf cart, and has obtained a $5 registration sticker from the Department of Motor Vehicles. Then the golf cart can be legally operated on secondary residential streets and may cross a primary highway or street during daylight hours only within two miles of their residence.