Golf Carts, Club cars, Golf Buggies – all the same thing – have come a long way from the golf course, although they can still be found there, too.
Golf Carts were originally designed to ferry golfers and their equipment from the end of one hole on the course to the start of the next, and back to the clubhouse. Whatever happened to golf as exercise? You will now see golf carts in all kinds of places far removed from the golf course.
Golf Cars are used on university campuses and to ferry presidents around. Their other uses are only just beginning to be explored. They are used in large warehouses and factories to move around quickly, without the noise and pollution that a conventional vehicle would cause.
In many ways these compact vehicles represent a ready-made alternative to the gas-engined automobile, except they are small and go slowly. Around town they are perfect for carrying the kids to school, or going to the grocery store. These uses have not taken off because of the attitude of most drivers, who insist on speed and protective devices around them.
You can buy standard accessories like a windscreen or enclosing body, or you can go for full customization.
You may want an electric vehicle for around the farm – you can buy spray equipment to fit to most “Golf Cars”. You may want a 4×4 “Golf Car” for hunting or just driving through the forest. All of these are available at reasonable cost.
You want camouflage? You’ve got it.
You want weapon racks? You’ve got them.
You want a sunbrella? You’ve got it.
Golf Cars are used on university campuses and to ferry presidents around. Their other uses are only just beginning to be explored. Golf cars provide a quiet and environmentally acceptable mode of personal transport.