Bob Sutter, of Lowcountry Golf Cars, shows off an E-Z-GO golf cart equipped with headlights at the Okatie dealership.
Bob Sutter, of Lowcountry Golf Cars, shows off an E-Z-GO golf cart equipped with headlights at the Okatie dealership. File Staff photo
Bob Sutter, of Lowcountry Golf Cars, shows off an E-Z-GO golf cart equipped with headlights at the Okatie dealership. File Staff photo

Beaufort County’s proposed nighttime golf cart rules hit another speed bump

March 29, 2017 03:07 PM

UPDATED March 30, 2017 09:21 AM

More Videos

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold?  Check this out! 0:35

Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out!

'Bennett, you'll be missed.' Memorial created for Beaufort's icon 0:49

"Bennett, you'll be missed." Memorial created for Beaufort's icon

Shared memories of Beaufort's legendary Nathaniel Bennett 0:50

Shared memories of Beaufort's legendary Nathaniel Bennett

Why are model trains so popular at Christmas time? 0:37

Why are model trains so popular at Christmas time?

How accessible are the new flood maps? 0:34

How accessible are the new flood maps?

Watch: A virtual visit to Beaufort's waterfront 1:29

Watch: A virtual visit to Beaufort's waterfront

Spartanburg rocker the 'female Mick Jagger,' performs with the Good Ol’ Girls 0:19

Spartanburg rocker the "female Mick Jagger," performs with the Good Ol’ Girls

Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video 1:52

Here's how Laurel Bay residents reacted to Amanda Whatley's viral video

Take a look inside Beaufort's newest daiquiri bar 1:23

Take a look inside Beaufort's newest daiquiri bar

Listen as Joseph Dunkle calls 911 on fellow school board member Cynthia Gregory-Smalls 1:17

Listen as Joseph Dunkle calls 911 on fellow school board member Cynthia Gregory-Smalls

  • Wonder where alligators go when it's cold? Check this out!

    Spring Island educational director and master naturalist Tony Mills shows us where alligators go to keep warm during the winter in this clip from Coastal Kingdom. To see more from this episode and to learn about other Lowcountry critters go to www.coastalkingdom.com.