Upgraded golf carts are not only used in golf fields; people use them to travel in small towns. They are usually two-seaters with negligible emissions and gas usage, but you can get a customized one according to your demands.
Here are a few tips to maintain them:
Clean Them Properly
Cleaning the carts is essential. The snacks and food items you’ve forgotten in the cart can lead to bacterial growth. Clean the inside of the car properly once in a while. You can hire professionals or do it yourself by ensuring that the cleaners don’t reach the electrical parts.
Maintain The Water Level
Generally, you need to fill your cart with water after the battery is fully charged. Check the manufacturer’s guidelines as a precaution. Do not refill the water if you need to charge the battery; it will lead to electrolyte overflow.
Check the water levels at least a month or bi-monthly to avoid any inconvenience.
Charge The Battery Fully
After running the cart for 7 miles, make sure to charge it fully. It may require around 18 hours to charge it. You can choose to keep the battery connected to the cart or can take it out. Follow the instructions by the manufacturer to properly disconnect the battery and save its charging for later use.
Check The Tires Regularly
Your carts need an adequate amount of air pressure in the tires for them to work for a more extended period. Even if your cart is in storage, you can take it out once in a while and run it so that the pressure can be distributed equally to all parts.
Store Them In A Safe Place
When you’re keeping your cart in a garage, ensure that it’s fully packed because the weather conditions can adversely affect your cart. Put some cloth or cover over it to keep it safe.
The cart needs enough space in a storage area; the typical ones are around 10 x 10 inches. Make sure that you’ve enough room for them so they don’t get scratched.