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Old 01-08-2019, 12:37 PM
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Default Ez-go Shuttle 6 passenger

  • Custom Ez-go Shuttle 6 passenger
  • Custom built November 2017
  • 48 volt battery operated
  • New BMW M series pearl blue
  • Custom dashboard
  • New billet aluminum & carbon fiber steering wheel
  • New custom MAGS 22x10-14 ,tires still have the new tips on them!
  • Custom made aluminum wheel spacers to give it stability and that tough looking stance.
  • Custom built 5" lift kit
  • Hydraulic brakes
  • Custom carbon fiber and satin black seats
  • Gtw fold down rear seat with black diamond plate cargo area.
  • Stainless steel kick plates
  • On board battery charger
  • Blue led deck lights to aluminate the floor board at night
  • Headlight, running lights and brake light
  • This cart is awesome and a real head Turner
  • Located in St.Petersburg, Florida
  • Price $6,500.





  • Call or text Chris @ (727)224-4378 for the fastest response, thanks.
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Old 01-08-2019, 03:02 PM
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Great price on a great cart, how old are the batteries?
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Old 01-08-2019, 05:22 PM
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Old 01-08-2019, 06:00 PM
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Real nice cart! I've been looking for a 6 seater. Is the cart currently street legal / tagged? If not, what is missing to make it street legal (is, restraints, turn signals, etc.)?
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Love shelties.

Can golf carts move a boat? Not pull far....just short distances?

Good luck on the sale.
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I don't have it tagged, I live in a gated community and not required. If you want to tag it you would need to put turn signals on it, seatbelts, rear view mirror, plastic windshield and a wiper blade. Could be done for around $300
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Originally Posted by flcaptain.chris View Post
I don't have it tagged, I live in a gated community and not required. If you want to tag it you would need to put turn signals on it, seatbelts, rear view mirror, plastic windshield and a wiper blade. Could be done for around $300
Would that include having it titled? Anyone can bolt on the accessories but doesn't it still have to have a title to be road legal?
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Old 01-10-2019, 05:15 AM
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You bolt on the accessories required by dot, you bring it to the dmv when you go to get your tag. They come out do there inspection and write down the vin# then they create a registration for you with a tag. This is a Golf Cart guys not rocket science, it's just like registering a homemade trailer.
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Interesting. I tried to buy one south of you from a dealer looking to have it made road legal. They told me there was only two places in the state that could issue a title. Certainly not rocket science, but for me finding one that was already titled would be a whole lot easier. Nice cart. GLWS.
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Old 01-10-2019, 05:47 AM
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That's government for you, ask one question and get 10 different answers. We have a dmv here in pinellas county that's a pain in the a_ _. Then you go 5 miles across town and they understand the concept of just getting the job done and your in and out.
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The dealer I bought my cart from handled it but it was a pretty easy process (South Florida). The DMV inspects it and issues a title that lists it assembled from parts. The only issue I had was insurance. I couldn't use the golf cart policy I previously had. I had to purchase all of the coverage required by the state.
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Originally Posted by caracal25 View Post
The dealer I bought my cart from handled it but it was a pretty easy process (South Florida). The DMV inspects it and issues a title that lists it assembled from parts. The only issue I had was insurance. I couldn't use the golf cart policy I previously had. I had to purchase all of the coverage required by the state.
unless the process has changed in the last 4 years, you don’t bring it to the DMV. You have to bring it to the FLDOT office in Tampa. You must have new parts that are dot certified and you must have all receipts from an actual Florida based business and you must have paid tax on all the parts. I know because I did it.
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You say it has running lights and brake lights, to clarify does it have red tail lights that stay on at night? sorry if this is a stupid question but I have seen “running lights” refer to different things.

What type of batteries are they? How long do they currently hold a charge? They need replacing soon?

What is your top speed when loaded out?

Cool looking cart.
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Old 01-14-2019, 06:28 PM
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I recently titled my cart in Florida, you can start with this link:

https://www.flhsmv.gov/pdf/mv/lowspeedvehicles.pdf

It took 3 trips to the DMV office that does inspections:
- 1st trip was to get packet of paperwork with all of their forms and highlight what needs to get filled out
- 2nd trip was to turn in forms and request inspection appointment
- 3rd trip was for inspection and to receive title
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Also they hit you with around $400 for the first time registration after you go through getting the VIN and sign off from the DMV.

This is a nice ride for the price.
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Originally Posted by FisherforHim View Post
You say it has running lights and brake lights, to clarify does it have red tail lights that stay on at night? sorry if this is a stupid question but I have seen “running lights” refer to different things.

What type of batteries are they? How long do they currently hold a charge? They need replacing soon?

What is your top speed when loaded out?

Cool looking cart.
You sold it yet? Still interested in these answers and interested in the cart.
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Originally Posted by flcaptain.chris View Post
You bolt on the accessories required by dot, you bring it to the dmv when you go to get your tag. They come out do there inspection and write down the vin# then they create a registration for you with a tag. This is a Golf Cart guys not rocket science, it's just like registering a homemade trailer.
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Actually, I live in St. Petersburg FL and have gone through the actual process of making a cart street legal twice. As mentioned you have to add the obvious (keep receipts for all items purchased to make legal) but then you have to bring it to a certified scale and get a weight certificate. Once you have that you need to schedule and trailer it to a regional DMV field inspection center (the closest one for us is Hillsborough), once there they inspect all receipts for the items that you purchased to make it legal (tail lights, horn, seatbelts etc.) they do this because now you are considered the manufacturer and they need proof that YOU put it together, after that they do the inspection of the cart itself (on my first cart they did a ride along with a GPS to log the max speed, on the second cart they never had me remove it from the trailer). This last part is hit and miss, the first time I did it I had no issues, the second time they failed it because my tires and windshield were not DOT certified which was a huge PITA. If you pass they then issue you a title. Once you get the title with a new LSV (low speed vehicle) you then have to call and get your insurance company to fax them proof of insurance as a LSV (not golf cart) to include PIP and liability. Once you get that you can register it and you get your tag. A bunch of us have done it feel free to ask if you have any additional questions.
Man I’m glad I don’t live there. All we have to do is put a orange triangle thingy on the back, and have a blinky light on top. And running lights if after sunset. No titles required here.
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I pm’ed you back OP about the golf cart.

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