Battery Care Information PDF
How/Where will I use my Golf Car?
Knowing how you'll be using your golf car is important. There are two main categories to choose from: Standard Golf Cars for personal and golfing use, and Commercial / Industrial models.Standard Golf Cars generally hold two to four people and are typically used for personal use - getting around a home, neighborhood or community. Commercial / Industrial models are often used for "utility" purposes - hauling tools, parts, fertilizer, etc. These vehicles often sport stronger engines, heavier suspensions, larger tires, and can carry bigger payloads.
Gas vs. Electric Golf Car?
An often asked question is "should I buy a Gas or an Electric Golf Car?" Gas Golf Cars give you a greater range and may provide more power for carrying heavy loads. This makes them a good choice for long expeditions, hunting/farming use, or using for extended periods of time without the ability to "recharge". Electric Golf Cars operate by using a bank of standard lead- acid batteries. They're designed to be used all day then recharged at night. Electric cars are obviously quieter and can be cheaper to buy, but future replacement of battery packs is an exspense that must be considered.
What features are important to me?
Common features that can be added to a golf car are: rear seats, extended tops, lights, windshields, seat covers and more. We "customize" cars on-site and can get as fancy as you want.: lift kits, upgraded tires/wheels, paint jobs, performance enhancements, and the list goes on. Browse our lots, showrooms or website for ideas and options.
What budget do I have in mind?
Golf cars can range in price from $1500.00 to $9000.00+. Variables that affect this price range include: new vs. used, gas vs. electric, the age of the car, how much "reconditioning" it needs or has been done, and the various options/accessories on the vehicle.
Choosing Golf Car Dealers
Choosing the right golf car dealer is important. The dealer will provide the service and support to keep your vehicle running smoothly, so it is critical that you find one who is reputable, stable, and can provide top-notch service. Years in business, parts department, on-site service, factory trained mechanics, and knowledgeable sales staff are all important things to consider in the buying process - not just the "cheapest price".