Why are we a notch above the competition?
When it comes to Sullivans Island Golf Cart Rentals, we are in a league of our own. Our fleet consists of street legal LSV’s that can be driven on the majority of roads during the nighttime! We deliver Sullivan’s Island golf cart rentals for as low as $69/day!
What are the Sullivan’s Island Low Speed Vehicle Rental Rules?
Low speed vehicles cannot to exceed 25 miles per hour and are DOT certified. They are allowed to go on roads where the posted speed limits are not more than 35 miles per hour. Low speed vehicles are able to access Jasper Blvd and cross over the Breach Inlet Bridge, however, they are not allowed to cross over the Ben Sawyer Bridge. More information can be found here
How can I rent a vehicle?
Our fleet of carts can be rented here! We currently have multiple luxury 2023 vehicles available for rental in Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, Charleston, Mount Pleasant, and more! Our current rates go as low as $69/day depending on the length of the rental.
What are the Sullivan’s Island Golf Cart Rental Rules?
** GolfCart.Fun only offers LSV rentals, not golf carts **
The following rules are for street legal golf carts (LSVs)
A permitted golf cart may be operated within four miles of the address on the registration certificate and only on a secondary highway or street for which the posted speed limit is thirty-five miles an hour or less. No golf carts are allowed on Highway 703 (commonly known as Ben Sawyer Blvd) or Jasper Blvd. Golf carts cannot cross over Breach Inlet to Isle of Palms. Within four miles of the registration holder’s address, and while traveling along a secondary highway or street for which the posted speed limit is thirty-five miles an hour or less, a permitted golf cart may cross a highway or street at an intersection where the highway has a posted speed limit of more than thirty-five miles an hour.
A person operating a permitted golf cart must be at least sixteen years of age and hold a valid driver’s license. The operator of a permitted golf cart being operated on a secondary highway or street must have in their possession the registration certificate issued by the South Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles, proof of liability insurance for the golf cart and their driver’s license. Golf carts can only be operated during daylight hours even if they are outfitted with lights.