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Five things you need to know before buying a recreational golf cart

  1. Do you want elec­tric or gas? Both do the job and both come with their own main­te­nance rou­tines. Elec­tric is qui­et and envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly, but requires care­ful bat­tery main­te­nance. Gas is very reli­able, but you have exhaust and a motor to maintain.
  2. How are you going to use it? Casu­al cruis­ing around your neigh­bor­hood doesn’t require the biggest, most pow­er­ful machine. If you are going to work it or trans­port­ing peo­ple you may need a bit more muscle.
  3. How much are you will­ing to spend? A ten year old un-cus­tomized cart will prob­a­bly cost only a cou­ple thou­sand dol­lars. A brand new cus­tomized cart can cost upwards of ten thou­sand dollars.
  4. Are you going to finance it? We work with sev­er­al financ­ing companies. 
  5. What are local reg­u­la­tions? Some munic­i­pal­i­ties pro­hib­it carts on pub­lic streets. Chil­dren under 16 must be accom­pa­nied by adults while driving.

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