BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com has learned that area law enforcement tonight may be keeping a watchful eye on drivers of golf carts shuttling trick or treaters through communities like Boca Falls, Saturnia, The Bridges and others. The cause: reports of erratic driving in years past by adults who may have enjoyed a little too much liquid celebration.
Golf carts that are not “street legal” will be a major focus, Any golf cart driving on a street must have a license plate with paid up insurance.
Drivers who drink may also be subject to DUI checks. Driving a golf cart drunk, in a street, as kids walk around is no different than driving a car, our source reports.
“There is nothing more important than the safety of kids,” our source told BocaNewsNow.com. “Whether in a car, on a motorcycle or on a golf cart, drunk and buzzed drivers will be arrested and prosecuted.”
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