Recalls on MSU golf carts, low speed vehicles, side-to-side vehicles, utility carts William M. Brito November 1, 2021 Private University All MSU golf carts, low speed vehicles, side-by-side vehicles, utility carts, etc. must behave like a vehicle when driving only on an open roadway, obeying all traffic control devices and parking in valid parking spaces. These vehicles, unless they have an approved or work-related obligation to be off-road, should not be driven or parked on sidewalks, landscaped or grassed areas, plazas, etc. No private vehicle may operate on campus without a state-issued license plate or park on campus without a valid MSU parking permit. Due to the recent policy change in the Town of Starkville which allows golf carts and low-speed vehicles to circulate on the streets of the town, all MSU vehicles must register with the parking and transportation services in common and buy a permit for $ 5. This permit will help parking and transit services and university police differentiate between official MSU vehicles and private vehicles and will provide a point of contact and a responsible party for MSU vehicles authorized to operate on campus. To register a vehicle, please bring the make, model, color and contact information of the responsible person to the Parking and Transit Services office in the Roberts Building. Permits cost $ 5 and are valid for the life of the cart. Permits must be displayed on the cart at all times, and replacement permits will be $ 5. As of December 1, any unregistered golf cart, low speed vehicle, side-to-side vehicle, utility cart, etc. that is operating or is parked on campus will be immobilized with a boot and / or towed. For more information, please contact Parking and Transit Services at 662-325-3526. Related posts: Ohio Supreme Court Judge Pat DeWine Will Not Recuse From Lawsuit: Capitol Letter 3 college friends have started a billion dollar business selling used cars Schlissel announces that he will end the presidency of the MU in June 2023 Texas has raised $ 54 million in private donations for its border wall plan. Almost everything came from this billionaire. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.