Together, these laws dictate what actions constitute cruelty, prescribe the potential punishments that can be inflicted, outline available defenses, and address what happens to an animal that has been cruelly treated. Criminal Laws. Compared to the criminal cruelty statutes of other states, Texas animal cruelty laws are very narrow in their scope.
Texas Golf Cart & Low Speed Vehicle Laws Guidelines for Golf Carts and PTVs (Personal Transportation Vehicles) Texas law classifies a vehicle as a golf cart if it: has no less than three wheels, has a maximum speed of between 15-25 mph, and; is manufactured primarily for operation on golf courses.
Texas vehicle laws
The laws are: 1) Texas Rabies Control Act (Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 826). Requires all pet owners to vaccinate (and keep current) their pets against the deadly rabies virus after four months of age. Class C Misdemeanor with up to $300 fine.
Texas motorcycle laws, excerpted from the "Texas Department of Safety Motorcycle Operator's Manual," a publication created by the Motorcycle Safety Unit. For your reading pleasure, the full manual is included at the bottom of the page where you can chose to save it, e-mail it, or print it out.
Texas law allows neon lights on both the interior and exterior of vehicles, as long as the light is no more than 300 candlepower. Three hundred candles in a square foot put out the luminescence of 300 lumens, or the light equivalent of about a 4.3-watt light bulb.