What is a Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV), or electric Low Speed Vehicle (LSV)?

Need an ideal vehicle for driving in work sites, campuses, military bases, gated communities, resorts, airports, sports stadiums, or just around the neighborhood?

Consider a NEV (Neighborhood Electric Vehicle), also known as an electric LSV for “Low Speed Vehicle”. An LSV is a vehicle class that has a maximum speed of 25 mph, and can legally be driven on most roads posted 35 mph or less and are street legal in 47 states.

All vehicles must meet all U.S. federal safety standards for low-speed vehicles (LSVs) and be equipped with automotive safety windshield glass, three-point safety belts, turn signals, headlamps and brake lights, horn, mirrors, windshield wipers and on-road tires. Learn more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neighborhood_Electric_Vehicle

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