Welcome back! This is an exciting time of the year for all of us! As “season” comes there is a laundry list of chores to tackle before it’s time to fully enjoy the amenities of Southwest Florida.
One of the major items on the to-do list, for our customers, is getting the golf cart back in top working condition. Here are a few tips from the pros here at Hole In One Golf Carts.
Give your golf cart a thorough cleaning. After sitting for an extended period of time it is bound to get dirty. Be cautious not to get water on the electronics!
A crucial step in maintaining an electric golf cart is properly caring for the batteries. Check the batteries and battery cables for corrosion and loose connections. Poor connection or excessive corrosion could cause cart failure or malfunction. It is also a good idea to check the water level in the batteries and add water as necessary.
Check your tire pressure! Make sure your tires are properly inflated and did not go flat while in storage. You can also check the tires for dry rot, which is a common issue in Florida. This is also a good time to inspect the tread for excessive or uneven wear.
Make sure the brakes are functioning correctly. Perform a quick test drive and test the brake pedal and the parking brake. Brakes can accumulate rust, dust and corrosion over time. If you have not had your brakes cleaned and adjusted recently, it may be a good time if you hear noises when applying the brakes.
If you’re having trouble or are not the do-it-yourself type of golf cart owner, call Hole In One Golf Carts for a tuneup! We offer a full range of services from performance safety checks all the way up to full cart re-manufacturing. We also offer a very comprehensive mobile services, right at your house! No extra hauling fees, less time without your cart and rapid quality service!
We proudly serve Lee and Collier County.
Call 239 598 3130 or email email@example.com to schedule service in Collier and southern Lee county.
Call 239 573 9448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule service in northern Lee county.