Frequently Asked Questions

Important Questions to Consider When Buying Your Golf Cart
How do I register my Golf Cart with the Town of Cape Charles?
First fill out the form here: Then come visit us with a current insurance card. We will take care of the inspection and the registration for you. The inspection and registration is due every April 15th with $46.
How/Where will I use my Golf Cart?
Identifying how you'll be using your golf cart is very important. There are two main categories to choose from: Standard Golf Carts for personal/golf use versus Commercial/Industrial use. Standard Golf Carts generally hold two to four people (we custom stretch golf carts for up to 6 people) and are typically used for personal use - getting around a home, yard, neighborhood, campground or community. Commercial/Industrial models are often used for "utility" purposes - hauling tools, parts, equipment etc. These vehicles are often have stronger engines, heavier suspensions, larger tires, and can carry bigger payloads.
Electric vs. Gas Golf Cart?
An often-asked question is "should I buy a Electric or Gas Golf Cart?” Electric Golf Carts operate by using a bank of standard lead-acid batteries (36v-48v). They're designed for use all day (10-30+ mile range per charge), then recharged at night. Electric cars are obviously quieter and can be cheaper to buy, easier and less expensive to operate/maintain than gas powered golf carts. Gas Golf Carts give you a greater range and may provide more power for carrying heavy loads. This makes them a good choice for long expeditions, hunting/ farming use, security patrols, or using for extended periods of time without the ability to "recharge". However, gas carts produce much more noise, typically emit an odor (exhaust) and can be dirty to operate.
What features are important to me?
Common features that can be added to a golf cart are: stationary rear seats, rear flip seats, dump cargo boxes, cargo beds, extended tops (80-116”), head lights and tail lights, windshields, seat covers, seat belt kits, custom paint jobs and more. We "customize" carts on-site and can get as intricate as you want: lift kits, upgraded tires/wheels, customized paint work, stereo/MP3/Satellite players, performance enhancements, and the list goes on. Browse our lot and website for ideas and options.
What budget do I have in mind?
You can typically expect to pay within a range of price from $1500-$4500+ for used or reconditioned and up to $5000-$8000.00+ for brand-new. Variables that affect this price range include: new vs. used, the brand of cart, gas vs. electric, the age of the car, how much "reconditioning" it needs or has been done, and the various options/accessories add to the vehicle.
What is a “Reconditioned” Golf Cart vs. “Used” Golf Cart?
Our reconditioned carts are completely dismantled down to the frame and built back from the ground up. The process includes –
  • Removing of all body and trim components from the frame
  • Degreasing, compounding and cleaning of all body parts
  • Degreasing of entire cart
  • Acid washing of entire frame and suspension
  • Repainting of all cup holders and trim components
  • Priming and painting of all front and rear suspension components
  • Inspection of all electrical connections
  • Load testing and grading of battery bank (batteries must pass 60 minute load test – minimum of 60 minutes)
  • Inspection of all battery terminations and leads
  • Computer diagnostic test – check for system faults and drive history
  • Brake test and adjustment/replacement
  • Cleaning of all upholstery replacement of any cracked/damaged/stained upholstery
  • Full lubrication of suspension
  • Refinishing (polishing-if requested) of all exposed aluminum trim components
  • Replacement of worn/uneven tires
A “used” golf cart is an “As-Is” sale and involves none of the steps taken with reconditioning a golf cart. We sell our reconditioned Club Car golf carts ONLY as reconditioned. Choosing a Golf Car Dealer Choosing the right golf cart dealer is important. The dealer will provide the service and support to keep your vehicle running smoothly for years to come after the sale. It is critical that you find one who is reputable, stable, and can provide top-notch service. A well-stocked parts department, factory trained mechanics, transportation availability (pickup and delivery), and knowledgeable sales staff is all-important things to consider in the buying process - not just the "cheapest price". Golf carts are like everything else, you get what you pay for. Please give us a call at 757.999.CART (2278) and let us know what we can do to help you with your golf cart rental, sales, service, parts, accessories or transportation needs today.