Golf Cart Questions

Typically NEW batteries range anywhere from 120-110 minutes. This means that if you were to run it on the street for roughly 2 hours straight, it would be dead by the end of that 2 hours. On the golf course it is possible get 36-54+ holes on one charge with NEW batteries. Over time, the battery life will decrease so its is hard to say depending on usage and how well you maintain your batteries throughout the years. If you aren’t sure and are concerned with your batteries longevity, we can offer a discharge test that will tell you how many minutes your batteries have remaining in its life cycle at that time.

We have 2 passenger, 4 passenger, and 6 passenger golf cars available to rent throughout the year. Yearly leases are also available. Request a Quote or Call us to set up your rental or lease!

Pickup and Delivery is available for any rental or service work. Prices vary based on mileage, so please call to get an estimate on price.

Golf Car Charging Instructions

We service gas (4 stroke only) and electric golf cars of any make and model. We also carry parts and accessories for Yamaha, EZGO, and Club Car golf cars only. Parts on other types of golf cars may be available upon request.

You should check your water level in your batteries often. We recommended using a battery fill bottle so that the proper water level is achieved for optimum battery life.  We have these bottles available in our inventory.

Check with your local government office.  More and more rural communities are adopting golf car ordnances so that you can operate golf cars legally.

A standard golf car measures roughly 4 ft. wide by 8 ft. long.  If you have a rear seat kit on your golf car your total length is 9 ½ long.

With the proper care and routine maintenance your battery’s can last for several years.  How many years you ask? Batteries should typically last anywhere from 4-7 years. If your golf car is modified with bigger wheels, aftermarket controller, or a modified motor it can also be detrimental to battery longevity.

Check to make sure that your charger is plugged in properly to the outlet and the golf car.   Check to make sure that the outlet is working by plugging in something else into it to verify it’s working.  The total voltage for the car may be too low for the charger to turn on.  The chargers have built in safety features that sense somethings wrong and prevent them from charging.  If you have power to the outlet and your car is still not charging, you will need to schedule with our service department to get the golf car to our shop for evaluation.

It’s recommended to “opportunity charge you golf car”.  What that means is every “opportunity” you get plug your car in regardless of how long you have used it.  That way when you’re ready to use your car it’s always fully charged and ready to go.

  1. With gas cars: Clean battery terminals, apply anti-corrosion spray, and charge battery. A charged battery will not freeze, but a discharged (dead) battery will.  If you have a battery trickle charger hook it up to maintain a charged battery during the off season. Treat fuel with a fuel stabilizer to keep the moisture out.  Drive your car for 2 minutes to get treated fuel thru carburetor and fuel lines.
  2. With electric cars:  Clean all battery cables and battery terminals, apply anti- corrosion spray, check water level in each cell.  If the battery plates are covered with water it’s time to charge your car.  After charging cycle is complete it’s time to re-check your water level and fill to the proper levels with DISTILLED WATER.  Leave you charger plugged in during the off season or during extended storage times.  It’s important to unplugged the charger once a month from the car for 10 seconds and plug back into the car to start the charge cycle again.

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