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(269) 469-1530

19429 U.S. Hwy 12
New Buffalo, Michigan 49117

Open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. (EST).

Carts on 12

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Winter Storage Space across from Grand Beach

 We have just acquired additional warehousing and can now offer indoor unheated storage on just about anything.AutosBoatsGolf CartsCampersRVs Rate is $7.00 a square foot so here is a typical storage till April 30th:Storage normally 6 months Golf Cart - $250 includes pickup and deliverySUV - $650 you drive to our shopBoat 35 foot- $2500 must be on trailer Now is the Time! Over 100 golf carts in stock Both gas and electric are available, Club Car, Yamaha and EZ go. We sell and service them all. Custom paint, lift kits, lights, rear seats and more can be added to any cart. You can save $200 to $400 purchasing before Christmas at winter prices, we close for January and adjust to summer pricing when we re-open. You can also request free storage with delivery in the spring but full payment is required. Split payment plan is also available. So lots of reasons to shop now and please call us for an appointment. We are closed Mondays this time of year and open half a day on Saturday.  Happy Holidays!  Your Friends at Carts on 12
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Golf Carts for Christmas

Why not? If you select from one of our many models of used carts, it can be suprisingly affordable. And, if you want to upgrade to a street-legal goft cart, we can do that. It's almost like having a second car for a fraction of thos cost. Street-legal cars can be driven anywhere the speed limits are 30 mph and under.

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Ion Lithium Batteries

The golf cart battery industry is in a state of flux. On one hand we have golf cart manufacturers and retailers that realize lithium-ion batteries are better for golf cart performance and longevity than lead acid batteries. On the other hand are consumers who resist the high upfront cost of lithium golf cart batteries, and consequently still rely on inferior lead-acid battery options.

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Golf Cart Battery Care

Open the battery caps and check the water level.  If low, fill with distilled water only.  No tap water for best battery life.  Do not over fill and keep just below the inner indicator rings of the battery.  When charging, the fluid heats and expands and you could have a boil over if you overfill.  Be careful not to flush grass or dirt into the battery cell, and it is best to fill them AFTER you have cleaned the batteries.  There may be acid residue on the surface of the batteries so do not touch your clothing. Wash your hands thoroughly when you are finished.

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What are the service requirements?

Just like your automobile your golf cart requires regular service for both longest life and operator safety. The frequency of this service depends on your usage but generally an annual service is required.

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Why Electric Transportation like golf carts?

The early definition of a golf cart was a vehicle used to convey equipment and no more than two persons, including the driver, to play the game of golf in an area designated as a golf course.

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How to Make Golf Carts Go Faster

The standard speed of a golf cart today is 12 to 14 miles per hour but many options are available to increase both the speed and power should you desire.

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How much do golf carts cost?

After the initial purchase, the cost of owning a golf car with proper care is very low. If you purchase a cart that is a few years old and beyond the initial deprecation, the cost of ownership will be about $300 per year with deprecation, maintenance and battery use. Overall the cost of ownership between gas and electric models is comparable during...
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Should I buy a gas or electric golf cart?

This is perhaps the first question you should ask yourself and it has to do with your skill level, budget and cart usage.

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