The simplicity of a golf cart is the core reason for most people to purchase one. The ease of getting around town, 100% electric, compact, fun, and extremely easy to maneuver. Having your golf car breakdown in the middle of an adventure is the last thing you want to happen to you. So the service department here at E3 Vehicles came up with a couple of simple tactics to make your golf cart batteries last longer.
The #1 issue our service department handles on a daily basis is battery maintenance and repairs. And as much as we love the business it brings, our mission at E3 Vehicles is to create an amazing customer experience for you and contribute to the sustainability and lifestyle of our community. So here are a few tips to make your golf cart batteries last longer.
If you are looking for a vehicle to get around town for you and your family but don’t want your gas to take a beating. Then buying a street-legal electric cart could be a great option for you. I currently work at E3 Vehicles, Los Angeles’ premiere electric golf cart dealership. And I have picked up some valuable information through my experience here that I would like to share with those of you inclined to invest in street-legal golf carts.
First of all, the majority of Street Legal Golf Carts in California are electric. They charge overnight using a standard 110v outlet, so you can charge these electric golf carts with a standard extension cord without the need to invest in additional charging equipment. A great alternative to Tesla!