Street Legal Utility Vehicle with 1,250 lbs payload capacity
The GEM eM 1400 LSV is rugged, hard-working and legal to drive on public streets posted up to 35 mph. It delivers 1250 lb of payload, 1250 lb of towing capacity and an exceptional ride that could only be Polaris. With a 7 hp AC motor, eM1400 LSV has a maximum speed of 25 mph and a range of up to 45 miles. When you need to work hard and traverse public roadways, the eM1400 LSV is the right solution.
48-Volt Battery System with Onboard Charger
Charge your vehicle anywhere there is a 110V standard household outlet available.
Street Legal Low Speed Vehicle (LSV)
Safety comes standard with 3-point seat belts, occupant protection system, turn signals, windshield with wiper and 12″ street rated tires.
Steel Flatbed w/ optional removable sides
The 51 x 42″ steel flatbed will haul up to 900 lbs of cargo. Manual or electric box lift option makes unloading easy.
Lock & Ride® and Lock & Work™ Technology
Quickly attach and remove many different accessories in a matter of seconds.
Independent front and rear suspension allows more stability and ground clearance.
4 Wheel Disc Br
What is an LSV? An LSV is a Low-Speed Vehicle. In other words, it is a street legal cart, utility, or transportation vehicle.
Any cart that is classified as an LSV—sometimes referred to as an NEV—is street legal. It can be driven on any road with a posted speed limit of 35 mph or less and can go no faster than 25 mph. They must be capable of reaching a speed of 20 mph within 1 mile, have a 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), weigh less than 3,000 pounds, and have 4 wheels. These vehicles must be certified to meet Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and require a valid license, registration, and insurance. They are equipped with a wide range of safety features including: seatbelts, an AS-1 or AS-5 glazed safety glass, a front windshield wiper, a horn, headlights, taillights, front and rear turn signals, brake lights, side and rear reflectors, a side and rear-view mirror, a parking brake, 4 wheel brakes and road rated tires.
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Can any cart be made into an LSV? No. Normal carts are simply not built to be driven on public roads. Even if you modify one to go a decent speed, it will not have the safety features or stopping distance to be anywhere near safe. You can NOT register a golf cart with the DMV, and anyone that tries to tell you otherwise is wrong. There is no way to make a golf cart street legal because there is no way to make driving a golf cart on the street safe.