Council Talks Non-Licensed Vehicles

A brief discussion was held Tuesday night at the Greenville City Council meeting regarding an ordinance to allow some unlicensed vehicle to use city streets.

It appears the city council will vote on the issue in the near future.

City Manager Dave Willey said they couldn’t vote on it in that meeting because they were waiting on a few details. But he said he sees no reason not to move forward as long as the council approved. He noted council members did not share any objections in their last meeting.

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Golf carts and side-by-side units would be allowed, but normal four-wheeled ATVs would not.

It has been discussed by the council assessing a $50 fee for a non-licensed vehicle sticker. Units would have to be inspected and comply with the state law.

They cannot be operated on state roadways that have a speed limit of 35 miles per hour or more.

It is possible the ordinance proposal could be considered by the council in November.

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