Golf cars are incredibly versatile. You don’t just find them on the golf course anymore. They can be found in a variety of settings: from farms to retirement communities to vacation homes and everything in between, golf cars are in demand!
Aside from providing you increased comfort and increasing your ability to play a few rounds if there’s light rain (and no thunder, of course), golf cart enclosures and covers are a great way to avoid excessive dust buildup and keep pests out. They’re particularly fitting for golf carts that have to be stored outside.
Gasoline-powered, E-Z-GO golf carts are equipped with an internal combustion engine similar to the motor installed in passenger automobiles. A golf cart must undergo regular maintenance like vehicles powered by traditional engines.
A golf cart battery is actually a deep cycle battery. This type of battery is also referred to as “wet” or “flooded” batteries because of the electrolytes they contain. These electrolytes are comprised of a water and acid solution that produces an electrical current over long periods of time. The batteries work by consuming a considerable amount of water within their predicted lifespan.