When it comes to landing that perfect golf car to meander around the vast expanse that is your property, golf course, camp ground or work site, you need to be thorough in your search and analysis. You do not want to just go to a junkyard, find one in a bad way and take it home. Nor do you want to dig up that rusty one buried under layers of times remnants in the corner of your shed from 1973 (though we do have a talented crew on-site who can resurrect through repair, that oldie from your garage or shed). You want to come to a professional company with Five Star Golf Car. We sell it all, new, refurbished, even customizable options. The real question, for you, may be ‘do I go with gas or electric’.
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.