Electric golf carts use rechargeable batteries that power electric motors to move them. Typically, the owner plugs a charger into a wall outlet at home. However, HowStuffWorks.com reports electric golf carts fitted with ... More »

Used electric golf carts are available at BuyNSellGolfCarts.com and TheGolfCartGuide.com as of 2015. These websites offer many different models such as a 2003 E-Z-Go golf cart and a 2012 Club Car golf cart. More »

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AxleGeeks.com has a comparison of electric golf carts on its website. It ranks 27 model of electric golf cart by seating capacity, top speed, power and approximate price. More »

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Most golf carts have a set of batteries, and the wiring that connects them to each other, under the seat. To access them, the seat cushion must first be removed. More »

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Duracell manufactures group size GC2 and 230 6-volt batteries for golf carts. Both group sizes have the same footprint, are lead acid, deep cycle, refillable batteries. The difference between these two golf cart batterie... More »

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In order to troubleshoot an electric golf cart, a repairer should first check its batteries, listen to the solenoid and inspect the charger. The last option for fixing an electric golf cart is to replace the motor. More »

Used golf carts are worth $2,000 to $4,000 or more depending on condition and age, as of 2015. The market and demand for used golf carts are strong, as many golfers prefer to purchase a cart rather than rent each time th... More »