As a avid golfer, it is important to have a reliable golf cart to help you get around the course. Even if you only play a few times a year, the cost of a new golf cart can quickly add up. So, what is the value of a used golf cart?
How much is a 2021 Yamaha golf cart worth?
When purchasing a brand new Yamaha golf cart, you can expect to pay anywhere between $5,000 and $10,000.
What is high mileage for a golf cart?
An average electric golf cart with a 48-volt system can go for 40 miles on a single charge up to 80 miles if driving through flat and level surfaces.
How many years do you depreciate a golf cart?
Vehicles generally have a class life of 5 years. That is in the consideration used 100% for business use. Enter as an asset and depreciate 5 years.
Is my golf cart 36 or 48 volt?
Knowing how many volts your golf cart uses is as easy as counting the water fill caps on all of your batteries. If you have six 6 volt batteries your golf cart is a 36 volt cart, if you have six 8 volt batteries or four 12 volt batteries your golf cart is a 48 volt cart.
How do you tell the year of a golf cart?
Since 1981, Club Car Golf Carts have positioned their serial numbers just below the glove box on the passenger side of the vehicle. The first two numbers (not letters) indicate the last two digits of the year of manufacture.
What year model is my ezgo golf cart?
To find out which EZGO model you have, look at the last two numbers of your manufacturer’s code. These numbers correspond to the model year of your golf cart, which is typically 1979 & up.
Why are golf carts so expensive?
The reason why golf carts can seem expensive is because of the additional safety features they include. These features, such as headlights, brake lights, turn signals, and seat belts, are not typically installed at a manufacturing plant.
Can you negotiate the price of a golf cart?
The effectiveness of price haggling will vary depending on the dealer whom you visit. Some dealers may knock a little money off the price of the cart if they think that they can make a deal with you, while others may be stricter and may be less willing to negotiate on cart price.
What’s better gas or electric golf carts?
These carts won’t impact the course nearly as much as gasoline-powered golf carts because they won’t produce any noxious smells or leak gasoline anywhere. Electric carts cost less both to purchase and to maintain, and recharging the battery is much less expensive than buying gasoline.
Should you leave a golf cart plugged in all the time?
It’s not recommended that you leave your golf cart plugged in all the time. Although automatic chargers are designed to prevent over-charging, there is still the risk of the circuit breaker tripping, which could result in damage to your battery’s cells.
How much does it cost to replace golf cart batteries?
Pricing on batteries varies depending on the voltage, the brand, and the store you bought it from. If you want to replace your battery, you should budget around $800 to $2000.
How often should you add water to your golf cart batteries?
After charging your battery, you want to add water. Adding water after charging prevents acid from spilling over. You’ll want to add water to 1/2 inch from the top of the battery. Additionally, we recommend service once or twice a year.
Can you drive golf carts on the road?
In the states, Golf cars (and their variants) can be built as “street legal” low speed vehicles and can be operated on public roads (according to local laws). I’d imagine that a golf cart would have the same standing as, say, a fork lift that has to cross a road from one yard to another.
Where are Yamaha golf carts made?
Yamaha Motor Corporation has some of the best gas and electric golf and utility vehicles available. All Yamaha vehicles are made in Newnan, Georgia, USA.
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