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My kids are not old enough to even think about driving the cart, but I remember when I was a kid I would sit in my grandfathers lap and he would let me drive b/c I could not reach the pedals. Right when I could reach the pedals he would let me drive without his assistance. He kinda raised me to be well disciplined, so I do not think he was worried about me doing something stupid on it.

Maybe once it warms up and I go to the course this year I will let my 4 year old sit on my lap and try to drive some. She loves to come with me when I play golf because she loves the cart so much. Its actually really good father daughter bonding time. 

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My son was allowed to drive for the first time when he was 6.  Like most others, I wouldn't let him drive near cliffs, bridges, or across roads or anything.  He's almost 8 now and that is still the case.  This is from the first time, June, 2015:

(I like how "gently" he depressed the gas when I tell him to go.) :-P

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Most courses here require a driver's license, but I have not seen it enforced as of yet. I have seen grown men drive a cart so erratically they would be arrested if in a car on a public road.

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On 14/3/2017 at 0:22 AM, RandallT said:

I had my daughter driving me around as soon as she could reach the pedal and we were away from the clubhouse.  

I even had her driving my car around the neighborhood a couple years before getting her permit. Shhhh- don't tell mom. Our little secret. 

To this day, she's proud of being the best driver of any of her friends. I visited her in Italy in August (my avatar is a course near her), and man, can she fly down the Autostrasse at some serious speed!!!!

@Gaetano Fasano knows how fast they can drive in northern Italy. 

 

hahaha :-D, you're right RandallT. Confirmed. 

My daugther started this year (she's 8) but controls the steering only, me the pedals ;-).

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