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How to choose a Car?
Most battery operated golf carts are offered in a variety of sitting arrangements.
The most popular options usually include – 2 seater, 4 seater, 6 seater, 8 seater
and 12 seater. Some golf carts have added seats facing back, while some have
all seats facing front. The more the number of seats, the more power the golf cart
must have to ensure a smooth drive. Also make note that having more seats
makes for a longer vehicle which demands a greater turning radius. Only if you
have enough area to ensure long turns should you get a battery operated golf
car with additional seats. Otherwise it’s easier to move around two smaller
cars than one big one.
Often color is only a matter of choice but sometimes color can play a greater
part integrated into your battery operated golf cart. If your branding requires
a certain color, some manufacturers may or may not be able to deliver the
exact shade. You may even want the seats to be upholstered in matching
colors or the roof canvas to follow suit which is something not all golf carts
come with. If you’re looking to brand your golf car with your logo, ensure you
discuss your requirements with the dealer beforehand so you can make an
informed decision. In areas that are frequented by visitors and has tighter
paths – it’s better to get brighter colors to ensure safety and easy spot-ability.
An important deciding factor is how closely the battery operated golf car
serves the industry you need it for. For hotels, for example, you may
want a luxury cart. For internal use, you may require a cart without a roof.
For trade shows, you may want a cart that has extra battery capacity to
ensure long running times. A lot of variables will rely on the exact usage
you have intended for the golf car so have a checklist ready before you
get around to studying your options.
The durability of your electric cart is of prime importance. For rental models,
you need a vehicle that can be fixed easily in case of accidental damage or
dents. For areas with bad roads, you need an electric cart that can meet those
challenges and still last. For most reasons you should look at purchasing a
cart that promises to last a few years and can easily be maintained to achieve
that. The built quality should be strong and materials should be of good quality.
Make queries of the quality of tires, batteries and other critical components to
ensure the product you buy will last a long time without complaint.
When comparing models of different brands and dealers, make sure you mark
the highlights in the differences in technical specifications. Sometimes higher
capacity models are marked with low capacity motors, which can cause trouble
if going up slopes and inclines. A cheaper model may compromise on technical
specifications and give trouble in the long run. The essentials to look for are
the motor, tires, batteries, body fabrication material, braking system,
dimensions and turning radius. If you have any specific requirements, discuss
with your electric cart dealer and have them suggest the best technical
specifications for you.
Not all manufacturers provide customizations so if you require custom work,
be sure to contact someone who specializes in it. Standard models are
sometimes hard to modify so it pays to do your research and find a
manufacturer that can offer you a solution. Wheelchair integration,
custom accessories, ground clearance, luggage racks, chiller compartments
are just some of the custom requirements you may have. There are also
ways to integrate advertising tablets or fittings into your vehicle to generate
more revenue. Discuss these options and get a clear quote on how much
extra they will cost before you commit to a dealer for a specific battery
operated golf car.
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