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Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Golf Cart

When purchasing or making updates to your golf cart, there are important questions you will need to ask.

  • What will I be using the golf cart for?
    If you are planning on driving the golf cart on the road, you will need to take certain steps to make the car street legal. The parts you have to buy will vary based on the type of cart you have. You will also need to make sure you have adequate space for your clubs.

  • What voltage batteries and charger should I buy?
    Battery specifications will vary based on your golf cart. The voltage for the batteries and charger should be the same. A higher voltage battery will have more power and last longer before needing to be charged. This will cost more money to purchase, however.

  • Should I choose a gas or electric engine?
    When deciding whether to go with a gas or electric engine, you need to know two things. How will you be using the cart and what is your budget? Using the cart in any kind of hilly terrain will indicate that you are better off with a gas engine. Find a dealer that has all the necessary parts and accessories for your engine.

  • How many people will be riding in the cart at one time?
    You need to account for the number of people that you plan on riding in your cart at any given time. This includes space for multiple sets of clubs as well as the people.

  • Should I buy a new or used golf cart?
    If you are looking to save money, it may be beneficial to look for used carts online. If there are specific features you are looking for, you may have to buy the cart new to find what you're looking for.

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    It's tough to find a good golf cart place that has a large selection of accessories and supplies for sale. Owning or renting a golf cart is fun, but from time to time you may find it needs new parts to keep it running. Golf and club car establishments readily sell these items, as well as online retailers and motorsports outlets. These businesses sell the supplies you need as well as new or used club cars.

    Often you can find parts and accessories at brand-name stores that manufacture carts among other motorized vehicles. Electric carts often need a new battery or charger device every year or two (depending on usage) among other parts that experience wear and tear. A professional who works with golf carts can readily give you advice on how to avoid engine trouble, maintain your cart, and help with repairs to the body. Consulting an expert is highly recommended if you wish to mod your club cart to street legal status-- where laws are often strict. From buying parts to bags to batteries, shops and experts on the subject are out in full force to assist newcomers.

    Golf cart establishments are full of helpful employees. You'll be able to discover tips to find the right part or pick out new seats. Need help installing a lift or a custom kit? Check out how-to websites online for step-by-step instructions. Having trouble deciding between brands of batteries, gas or electric? Dig online to find helpful sites with forums full of cart enthusiasts, both gas and electric. While most carts do not require special licenses, a supply of helpful sites are available to steer you in the right direction—literally!

    Even if you’re utterly clueless about club cars, there are experts out there to cover you while you’re out zipping over golf courses.