A racing go-kart is designed purely for track racing and hitting top speeds, whereas an ATV is designed to race on dirt tracks and climb tough surfaces. ATVs are a type of quad vehicle that are designed for off-roading, just like off-road go-karts. You may think that off-road go-karts and ATVs may have a lot in common.
What is the difference between a buggy and a go-kart?
Even manufacturers seem confused and the terms “buggy” and “go-kart” are often used interchangeably for the same vehicle. … A simple and workable distinction would seem to be that “go-karts” are not intended for certification or approval for “on road” use at any time, but a “buggy” can be.
Can I drive a go-kart around my neighborhood?
The short answer is no. You shouldn’t drive your go-kart on the neighborhood road, sidewalk, parks or other public areas. As go-karts are recreational vehicles, they must stay off public roads and premises. You should only be driving your go-kart at a race track, on designated trails or on private property.