Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re interested in one of our carts, or you’ve just purchased one. We recommend everyone browse over our FAQs. Here we answer commonly asked questions about our carts as well as provide important information about proper care & maintenance of your cart, it’s motor, and batteries.

Charging your batteries is one of the most important parts of golf cart maintenance. Batteries must be fully charged to maximize capacity and life. Without properly charging, your batteries will not provide the performance or reliability to meet your needs.

Start by checking that the water levels are adequate and are not below the tops of the plates. If the levels are low, you need to add enough distilled water so it is just above the surface of the plates, no more.

Next, you want to ensure your battery connections are tight to avoid poor connections, which can impact charging. Also ensure the vents are completely installed in the battery to avoid excess water loss. Batteries “gas” while charging so always be sure there is adequate ventilation at the location where you’ll be charging your batteries to avoid gas buildup. Never charge a frozen battery and avoid charging in temperatures over 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

Batteries have no memory so it’s important to charge them frequently.

We have experience with laws & road rules across the nation. We can make any cart street legal depending on the local requirements, which will differ from county to county and state to state.

Let us know the intended city or state of usage, and we’ll let you know what components on the cart are required. Often you will just need a proper seat belt kit and an upgraded light kit with brake lights, turn signals and horn. Other municipalities might require more.

We offer several types & heights of lift kits for our carts.

Lift kits are extremely popular for our carts because of the great look & performance they extend to a cart.

Not only does a lift give a cart a more aggressive look, but allows for a wider array of tire & wheel options. The extra clearance provided also lets carts go in terrain it normally wouldn’t be able to.

The easy answer is, both are great!

Depending on your use or need, one might be more suited for you. Gas carts have the advantage of not needing to be recharged and thus can be used all day as long as fuel is available. This make gas carts a good fit for people looking to take their cart on an extended hunting trip or maybe use on their farm for many hours at a time.

Electric carts, specifically the 48 volt variety, can be equally as powerful as gas carts but may not have the run time desired. One thing to consider is that modern electric carts are extremely energy efficient, and a full charge is far more than most people would ever need to use on a daily basis.

New batteries in a modern 48 volt system can get up to 30 miles of run time on flat surfaces.