Can I get a DUI on a golf cart in Georgia?

The short answer is: YES. You can get a DUI on a golf cart in Georgia. The reasoning is that under Georgia's laws, a golf cart is both a vehicle and a motor vehicle, and Georgia DUI law applies to "any moving vehicle". Additionally, Georgia's DUI law applies to all roads, public and private. So, yes, it's possible to get a DUI on private property.

If you have been charged with DUI in Georgia, call us today to discuss your situation. All DUI charges are misdemeanors in Georgia, and in certain situations, a DUI may become a felony. DUIs stay on your GCIC (Georgia Crime Information Center) record forever and are shared with all states through a national database. There is no expungement for a DUI plea- you can only have your DUI record restricted if you have ALL charges dismissed or expunged.

Our attorneys have fought every conceivable type of DUI cases, including DUIs on golf carts and the like, and will put our experience to work for you. We can be reached at (770) 676-1340, 24/7.

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To read a Georgia court's reasoning on why DUIs apply to golf carts, read this case, Simmons v. State, from 2006.

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