Meet E.R.I.C: Your New Battery Valet

No-excuses E.R.I.C Charging Keeps Your Precedent® i2 Ready to Roll Meet ERIC, the Precedent electric golf car’s new charger. ERIC’s best-in-class features and functionality are built into a smaller, lighter package designed to communicate with you through a series of audio and visual alerts. ERIC outsmarts common user errors and delivers virtually fail-safe charging by: […]

What is the Club Car VersAttach Package?

Boost Productivity with Club Car’s New Facilities VersAttach™ Package Club Car’s new Facilities VersAttach Package for Carryall® 500, 550 and 700 utility vehicles gives you a one-click bundle of accessories that helps your crews load, organize, and safely carry the equipment they need. The package is based on Club Car’s optional VersAttach™ bed-based attachment system […]

Why is Neutralising Battery Acid and Cleaning Essential?

This article is going to tackle the question of Why Neneutralising battery acid and Cleaning your Battery is an important aspect of care and longevity with your cart batteries. When it come to Low Speed Vehicles (LSV) which includes, golf carts, utility vehicles like the Club Car Carryall the process of cleaning your cart batteries […]

Top 10 Maintenance Tips for your Golf Cart

Carryall 500

Your Top Ten Tips for Golf Cart Maintenance CLEAN YOUR CART:  Roll that dusty cart out of your garage and give it a good rinse. Don’t be afraid to spray the batteries, just be mindful of the electronics. CLEAN BATTERIES: Have a look at your battery terminals and make sure they are clean. If you […]

5 steps to buying second hand electric Golf Carts

Carryall 500

5 steps to buying second hand electric Buying a second-hand golf cart can be an inexpensive way to owning your own vehicle, however, if you get it wrong, it can end up costing you big.  We have put together our 5 tips to make an informed decision and get value for your money. Tyres Your […]

How do you take care of golf cart batteries?

Taking care of your golf cart battery isn’t as tough as it may sound.  If you follow a monthly battery maintenance routine, you can get your battery to last as long as 6 years.  We have even heard of batteries lasting 10 years. You also get the added benefit of strong performance on the course […]

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