Street Legal Golf Carts- Top 3 BenefitsWhat are Street Legal Golf Carts
Street Legal Golf Carts- Top 3 Benefits
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!
How long do you charge a golf cart
The average charge time is about 4-6 hours and should be charged after each use. The newer electric cart models have smart charging technology that stops charging the batteries after they reach full capacity, known as a trickle-down resulting in longer-lasting batteries and control of your household electricity. Be sure to inquire about this feature when speaking with any electric cart dealer.
Benefits of Electric over Gas
Second, according to governing.com, the average household owns two vehicles. Something to keep in mind when buying an electric street legal golf cart is how you will be efficiently utilizing its capabilities. A majority of customers that come into our store are searching for a cost-effective way to get around town without spending money on gas. As gas prices are skyrocketing around us, using an electric golf cart for your second household vehicle can actually help reduce your cost of living expenses. Our customers use it to go grocery shopping, adventuring with your family around town, and even shuttling the kids to school and athletic activities.
Are Golf Carts Legal to Drive on the street?
Yes, E3Vehicles, street-legal electric golf carts are, in fact, legal to drive on the street. Also referred to as NEV’s (Neighborhood Electric Vehicles) or LSV’s (Low-Speed Vehicles), these electric carts may be operated on public streets where the speed limit is no more than 35 miles per hour. The Department of Motor Vehicles has very strict requirements for LSV’s, and requires that they are equipped with all the essential safety-related elements of regular street-legal vehicles:
- Certified 17 Digit VIN
- Turn Signals
- Parking Brake
- Windshield Wiper
Additional benefits include huge insurance breaks for low-speed vehicles. Something about the total cost of ownership Given the top speed of roughly 30mph, the chances of getting into an accident are extremely low. If you would like to know more about street legal golf carts or are interested in purchasing one, visit our online store at www.e3vehicles.com.
“I’ve replaced one of two family vehicles and that’s how this business was started” Family owned & operated since 2016