Unlicensed Drivers & Vehicles Regulations
Unlicensed drivers may drive unlicensed vehicles on LIA streets under certain conditions:
1. Operators must be 12 years of age or older and must be the members’ immediate family, or guest.
2. Operators along with their parent, grandparent, or guardian must have attended and successfully completed a LIA rules and safety course for unlicensed vehicles.
3. Operators must obey all driving rules, such as keeping to the right side of the road, no kicking up gravel, staying off lawns and empty lots, and obeying the 25 MPH maximum speed limit on LIA roadways. Operators must recognize that all pedestrians have the right of way.
4. Riders must wear safety helmets. Golf carts are exempt from the helmet requirement.
5. Unlicensed vehicles must conform to the LIA unlicensed vehicle rules.
6. Immediate family members under the age of 12 may drive unlicensed vehicles on LIA trails only when in the immediate control of a parent, grandparent, or guardian who is a member of Lake Iroquois. Immediate control is defined as being within normal speaking distance.
Association members, immediate family, and guests may operate All Terrain Vehicles, Golf Carts, Go Karts, unlicensed motorcycles, and other similar unlicensed vehicles on LIA streets and roadways under the following conditions:
1. A current certificate of liability insurance and a signed letter of understanding from the owner must be on file. The unlicensed vehicle must be registered with LIA, and owned by a member in good standing.
2. Vehicles may only be operated on LIA streets and designated areas.
3. Vehicles must clearly display the current LIA issued safety flag which is visible above the rider, occupants or roof line of the unlicensed vehicle and the owner’s lot number in reflective stickers on the vehicle.
4. Vehicles must obey all driving rules, such as keeping to the right side of the road, no kicking up gravel, staying off lawns and empty lots, and obeying the 25 MPH maximum speed limit on LIA roadways. Operators must recognize that all pedestrians have the right of way.
5. Vehicles will transport only the number of persons for which it is designed to carry.
6. Vehicles may only be operated by drivers who meet the manufacturer’s minimum recommended age.
7. Vehicles operating between sunset and sunrise must have illuminated white headlamps visible 500 feet to the front and illuminated red tail lights visible 100 feet to the rear.
8. Guests may only operate unlicensed vehicles when the LIA member is present.