Onward golf cart maintenance tips

      Gasoline Onward golf carts Your gasoline powered Onward is designed and built to deliver years of trouble-free service and fun. To keep your vehicle in good working condition and preserve its life, it is important to practice regular preventive maintenance.To protect your investment, we recommend performing the following tasks once a month. Keep the battery clean and free of corrosion by washing the tops and terminals monthly. Use a solution of one cup baking Read more

New lithium ion battery


Tempo Li-Ion Reimagines and Delivers Modern Golf Experience for Golf Fleets Augusta, Ga., Jan. 17, 2019 – Club Car’s new TEMPO LI-ION, an AC motor and lithium ion-powered golf car and an extension of the company’s award-winning TEMPO line of vehicles, takes the modern day golf car fleet to a new level by further enhancing the ‘in car experience’ and addressing the evolving needs of both golfers and course owners. The global leader in golf, consumer and Read more

Gas vs electric golf carts

Gas vs Electric golf carts

When determining what you need in your new utility vehicle fleet, it’s important to understand the differences between gasoline and electric models. With these tips, you’ll learn what to ask for, and ultimately how to determine which type of UTV is best for your needs. What to Consider with Gasoline Models Look for gasoline models with powerful name-brand, automotive-style overhead cam engines with electronic fuel injection (EFI), such as Carryall utility vehicles. They deliver better Read more

Golf Cart Annual services

Golf cart annual service check list

Annual Service Check List What we do on our check list! All Vehicles Inspect front hub assembly Grease front suspension fittings Lubricate F & R contacts Check fluid level in rear differential servo Lubricate charger socket Lubricate accelerator pedal group Lubricate key switch Clean battery tops and terminals Torque all connections to 95 inch lbl Apply battery terminal protector Batteries – Fill to proper level Air in tires Clean and adjust brakes Inspect brake cable Read more

What Year Is My Club Car® Golf Cart?

What Year Is My Club Car® Golf Cart? Since 1981 Club Car® Golf Carts have positioned their serial numbers just under the glove box on the passenger’s side of the vehicle. The serial number of each vehicle is printed on a bar code decal. The two letters at the beginning of the serial number “A” indicate the vehicle model. The following four digits “B” indicate the model year and production week during which the vehicle was built. Read more