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  • How Do I Locate A Golf Cart Dealership?

    How Do I Locate A Golf Cart Dealership?

    To find a dealer in your area, select the brand of Golf Cart you are looking for and click "Find a Dealer"

    Club Car: Find a Dealer

    Columbia / Parcar: Find a Dealer

    EZGO: Find a Dealer

    Yamaha: Find a Dealer
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  • How Often Do I perform an engine oil change?

    How Often Do I perform an engine oil change?

    A simple engine oil change can lead to a long healthy golf cart life and save you a lot of time and money in the future. Oil changes should be performed on all gas golf carts semi-annually or after 125 hours of running time.

    Key Tips:
    • Drain oil while engine is still warm. (Not hot!)
    • Drained oil should be pure with no large or obscure objects in it.
    • Tip or jack up the cart to ensure all the oil or debris has fully drained.
    • Clean oil filter with a solvent or replace.
    • Refill
    ...
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  • How Often Do I service brake pads?

    How Often Do I service brake pads?

    Brake pads are made to last many years depending on the amount you use them. It is recommended to service your brakes annually or every 250-300 hours of use.

    The brakes are most commonly found under the driver side and passenger side rear wheels.

    Key Tips:
    • Examine and replace pads if necessary.
    • Use compressed air to clean brake dust.
    • If replacement pads are not needed, adjust brakes until desired performance is met. (Refer to your owners manual)
    • Lubricate moving
    ...
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  • How Do I make my golf cart street legal?

    How Do I make my golf cart street legal?

    It varies from state to state. As long as you have the basics... lights, turn signals, windshield, wipers, mirrors, seatbelts and a horn you should qualify to register your cart as a golf cart or a custom vehicle.

    Do I need Insurance?
    In most states insurance is required on golf carts. Even if it is not required, look into it. I know you will thank it after you crash into that expensive BMW.

    How much does Insurance Cost?
    I've seen it range from as low as $50...
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  • How Often Do I charge my golf cart during storage?

    How Often Do I charge my golf cart during storage?

    All batteries self discharge over time. This rate is determined by the age of the batteries and the surrounding air temperature. Before storing the cart, fully charge batteries and then fill them with distilled water. While being stored, recharge the batteries every 25 - 30 days.

    *If your batteries ever fully discharge then they will be damaged beyond repair.
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  • How Do I prepair my golf cart and engine for prolonged storage?

    How Do I prepair my golf cart and engine for prolonged storage?

    Any storage for a period of over 30 days qualifies as prolonged storage. With that said, there are a few simple steps that you need to follow in order to keep a healthy and happy cart.
    • ALWAYS jack up the rear tires before performing any maintenance on your golf cart.
    • Disconnect the fuel hose at the tank and plug.
    • Allow engine to run until it stops from lack of fuel.
    • Add a gasoline additive.
    • Reconnect fuel lines and drive golf cart for a few minutes to distribute additive through carbu
    ...
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  • How Do I prevent my golf cart from being stolen?

    How Do I prevent my golf cart from being stolen?

    Golf carts are in high demand today. That is why it is great to practice simple security steps to help keep your golf cart safe. After all, it can quite possibly save you tons of money and hard work in the future.


    Don't Make Them Tempted
    Never park where others can see it from distances. The less it is seen the less likely they will do anything.

    Use Locks
    There are steering locks available for many golf cart brands. Why stop at one? There are plenty of...
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  • How Do I jack up my golf cart?

    How Do I jack up my golf cart?

    Look under the golf cart and find any sturdy section of frame near the spot you are trying to jack up. If you are having trouble review this handy diagram above for suggested points.

    Lifted carts may need a jack with more range. Look into purchasing a floor jack at a local automotive store. Make sure you know your and ground clearance beforehand....
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  • How Often Do I have to replace the batteries on my electric golf cart?

    How Often Do I have to replace the batteries on my electric golf cart?

    Your batteries usually have a lifespan of about 3 years. Allowing the batteries to fully discharge or not properly maintaining water levels will make their life much shorter. You will know when it is time to replace the batteries because you will notice:
    • You can no longer ride for as long as you used to on one charge.
    • Batteries discharge quickly.
    • The golf cart has weakened significantly.

    When you are in this situation, the best thing to do is replace the batteries. If you were to leave...
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  • How Do I clean my golf cart batteries?

    How Do I clean my golf cart batteries?

    You should get into the habit of cleaning your golf cart batteries twice a year. Always wear protective gloves, goggles and clothing when handling batteries and acid. With that said, you will need the following tools items on hand when cleaning your batteries.
    1. Post cleaner (or wire brush)
    2. Baking Soda
    3. Bucket of water
    4. Grease or Petroleum Jelly

    Examine each battery. Look for cracks, leaks or dirt and replace any battery if necessary. Check to make sure that the vent caps are sealed...
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  • How Do I Locate A Golf Cart Dealership?
    Michael Eddie
    To find a dealer in your area, select the brand of Golf Cart you are looking for and click "Find a Dealer"

    Club Car: Find a Dealer

    Columbia / Parcar: Find a Dealer

    EZGO: Find a Dealer

    Yamaha: Find a Dealer
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 Depositphotos.com/vectorfirst
    May 21, 2014, 08:35 PM
  • How Often Do I perform an engine oil change?
    Michael Eddie
    A simple engine oil change can lead to a long healthy golf cart life and save you a lot of time and money in the future. Oil changes should be performed on all gas golf carts semi-annually or after 125 hours of running time.

    Key Tips:
    • Drain oil while engine is still warm. (Not hot!)
    • Drained oil should be pure with no large or obscure objects in it.
    • Tip or jack up the cart to ensure all the oil or debris has fully drained.
    • Clean oil filter with a solvent or replace.
    • Refill
    ...
    File Photo
 Depositphotos.com/AndreyPopov
    May 14, 2014, 12:29 AM
  • How Often Do I service brake pads?
    Michael Eddie
    Brake pads are made to last many years depending on the amount you use them. It is recommended to service your brakes annually or every 250-300 hours of use.

    The brakes are most commonly found under the driver side and passenger side rear wheels.

    Key Tips:
    • Examine and replace pads if necessary.
    • Use compressed air to clean brake dust.
    • If replacement pads are not needed, adjust brakes until desired performance is met. (Refer to your owners manual)
    • Lubricate moving
    ...
    File Photo
 Depositphotos.com/prudkov
    May 14, 2014, 12:22 AM
  • How Do I make my golf cart street legal?
    Michael Eddie
    It varies from state to state. As long as you have the basics... lights, turn signals, windshield, wipers, mirrors, seatbelts and a horn you should qualify to register your cart as a golf cart or a custom vehicle.

    Do I need Insurance?
    In most states insurance is required on golf carts. Even if it is not required, look into it. I know you will thank it after you crash into that expensive BMW.

    How much does Insurance Cost?
    I've seen it range from as low as $50...
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    May 14, 2014, 12:14 AM
  • How Often Do I charge my golf cart during storage?
    Michael Eddie
    All batteries self discharge over time. This rate is determined by the age of the batteries and the surrounding air temperature. Before storing the cart, fully charge batteries and then fill them with distilled water. While being stored, recharge the batteries every 25 - 30 days.

    *If your batteries ever fully discharge then they will be damaged beyond repair.
    File Photo
 Depositphotos.com/KKulikov
    May 14, 2014, 12:05 AM
  • How Do I prepair my golf cart and engine for prolonged storage?
    Michael Eddie
    Any storage for a period of over 30 days qualifies as prolonged storage. With that said, there are a few simple steps that you need to follow in order to keep a healthy and happy cart.
    • ALWAYS jack up the rear tires before performing any maintenance on your golf cart.
    • Disconnect the fuel hose at the tank and plug.
    • Allow engine to run until it stops from lack of fuel.
    • Add a gasoline additive.
    • Reconnect fuel lines and drive golf cart for a few minutes to distribute additive through carbu
    ...
    File Photo
 Depositphotos.com/tuthelens
    May 13, 2014, 11:54 PM

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