A Low-Speed Vehicle (LSV) is a small four-wheeled vehicle manufactured by a licensed manufacturer by certain federal vehicle standards. Dealers and other companies in the industry must be licensed by the DMV. Vehicles must meet the definitions below and have a Federal Certification safety label.

Low-speed vehicles may operate on public roads whose speed limit is no more than 35 miles per hour. Driver must have a valid class C or higher driving license. Class C Driver's License "CM" means that the driver is only allowed to drive one vehicle at a low speed. You can also buy a low-speed vehicle from westward industries.

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When registered, the vehicle may travel at low speed on expressways where the advertised maximum speed is 35 miles per hour or less. No vehicle may travel at low speed on a highway with a mandatory maximum speed of more than 55 km/h unless the vehicle is crossing the highway at an intersection.

Low-speed vehicles are subject to the same registration requirements as other vehicles, including insurance, taxes, and emissions testing. Standard size license plates are issued. Slow-moving vehicles must be inspected at the VIN DMV test center or by a civilian before being registered for the first time.

The extension for low-speed vehicles is the same as for other vehicles. You will receive an extension notice in the mail stating whether an emission test is required. You can use any of the normal update options.