Your panoramic neighborhood tour guide.
Designed to inspire you to escape to your own backyard, every trip in the CRU lets you in on a simple secret: adventure isn’t hiding in a castle somewhere far, far away. It lives in your neighborhood, too. Under the big tree in that park you haven’t visited. On the menu at the café you haven’t tried. Off the beaten path you haven’t left in a while. To find it, the best plan is to not have one. Just grab your CRU.
Take the turn. Be a Detourist.
FAQ Section Below
WHAT IS A NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRIC VEHICLE (NEV)?
A Neighborhood Electric Vehicle (NEV) is a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) that has a top
speed of 25 mph (40 kph) and has a maximum loaded weight of 3,000 lbs (1361kg).
NEV is a federally approved street-legal classification that falls under the United States
Department of Transportation (USDOT) classification for Low Speed Vehicles (LSV) and
can be legally driven on most public roads with posted speed limits of 35 mph.
Is it Street Legal?
CRU is an NEV (LSV) that is street- legal per the United States Department of
Transportation (USDOT) classification for Low Speed Vehicles (LSV) and can be legally
driven on most public roads per local regulations.
What Makes Club Car and CRU stand out from other LSVS?
The CRU not only meets the U.S. Federal Safety Standards (FMVss 500) but also fully
complies with the more stringent automotive SAE J2358 standard with inclusion of Seat
Belt Anchorage requirements and Occupant Protective Structure for roll over protection.
Where is CRU Made?
Club Car is proud to call Augusta, Georgia home and is where CRU is designed and
What to know more about CRU?