BTW, a few weekends ago I saw exactly why you should never drink and drive, even on a golf cart.
My wife and I were out at Joe's, on the patio, and we see a golf cart coming up the road with a man driving and a woman riding with him. She's clearly hammered, he seems to be OK. Their friends had just pulled in ahead of them and were getting out of their golf cart in the parking lot. They pull into the driveway and she starts standing up in the cart like a drunk monkey waving and hollering at which point the driver turns into a parking space...only she doesn't come with him. She had been hanging onto the pole that connects to the roof of the cart so when the golf cart turned, she spun around - still holding onto the pole - but her feet came off the floor of the cart and she lost her balance. Instead of letting go, she basically whip lashed herself into a clumsy "I am hammered and am going to completely wipe out" smashing the back of her head into the parking lot.
At this point, the driver's first instinct was to jump out of the cart and check on her. So he gets out and heads around the back of the cart to where she is sprawled on the ground. Except he doesn't set the parking break on the golf cart and it starts to roll down the hill...and runs her over as she's laying on the ground. So the cart is going in slow motion down the hill when he realizes where it's heading. He's attempting to kick the break when "bump bump" over her leg. And he's still trying to kick the break when "bump bump" the front tires clip her too. Meanwhile, the patio is gaining a crowd of people as we all are watching this go down.
Then it becomes quite a scene...cops/EMS show up, people with open containers everywhere trying to "help", and of course, the driver of the golf cart taking the field sobriety test...and failing.
So yeah, pny up the 2 or 3 $$ and take a cab