I'm guessing it had alot to do with the golf cart signage, too. There was an epic thread on here about two years ago where a guy who owned an 'LSV' dealership went to the wall defending them against the masses that hate them. I can't find it, it may have been removed. At any rate, I agree in part with what Shelly is getting at-if there was an ID on the cart and the dealer's number visible on the thing, I would be making lots of calls. My opinion is that they are fine tooling around the side streets and neighborhoods, but once they make it onto the bike path (illegal, but present on most any day you care to spend enough time watching for it), congested areas like Seaside/Seagrove, 45MPH zones (illegal, but present on most days you care to spend enough time watching for it, especially between Watercolor and Grayton Corner and Grayton Corner to Redfish Village) the things are a menace. My perception is that the people who rent golf carts know damn well this kind of activity is the norm, in addition to the clown car-like stuffing of the things and operation of the vehicles by kids just out of diapers, and that the purveyors of the golf carts are simply giving the middle finger to their neighbors who are driven crazy by them from March to July.