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The XRT850 is ideal for driving around neighborhoods, lake-front property, small farms and narrow trails.
No vehicle in its class has a better range or warranty.
The 4x4 XRT 1550 farm vehicle.
Tackle any trail and bring your friends, or have your team along for the ride to get the work done.
Acquiring a manual for your Club Car golf cart
To download a copy of your Owner's Manual, enter your name, valid email address and serial number below. A link to your manual will be emailed to you. To purchase a printed copy of an Owner's Manual, Illustrated Parts List, Maintenance & Service Manual, or Parts/Accessories for your Club Car vehicle, please contact your local, authorized Club Car dealer.
Locating the Serial Number on your golf cart
The serial number of each vehicle is printed on a bar code decal mounted either below the passenger side cup holder or above the accelerator or brake pedal (Example: PH0901-123456, as shown, or F9901123456). The letters or letter at the beginning of the serial number (1) indicate the vehicle model, could be one or two letters. The following four digits (2) indicate the model year and production week during which the vehicle was built. The six digits following the hyphen (3) represent the unique sequential number assigned to each vehicle built within a given model year.
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5 ways to improve golf cart safety
Whether you're renting a golf cart on the links, getting a fleet for work, or buying one for personal use around the campus or community, here are some pointers to help you stay on par with golf cart safety.
1. Wear your seat belt
Whether you're the driver or the passenger, strapping yourself in is a big part of golf cart safety. And if your only option is a golf cart that isn't equipped with seat belts at all, look for another one or don't ride at all.
2. Slow down when turning
If you've been driving cars for years, you may be accustomed to accelerating through turns without a second thought. This, of course, is because you've always had the luxury of a door to hold you and your passengers in. In a golf cart, this isn't the case.
To help keep everyone tucked safely inside, approach turns slowly and with extreme caution.
3. Honk the horn at intersections
Loud, sudden noises may be taboo on the golf course, but off it, they can be lifesavers. See, your golf cart's lack of size can make it hard to spot in traffic. That's why it pays to make yourself known ahead of time by tapping the horn before going through intersections.
4. Don't drink while driving
This may seem like a no-brainer to some, but it bears mentioning. Whether you're playing 18 holes, doing light yard work, or cruising a beach resort, there are times when cracking a cold one while driving your golf cart seems not only permissible but common. However, this is a dangerous misconception.
Remember, golf carts are subject to the same traffic laws and dangers as regular old cars.
5. Avoid sidewalks
Just because a safe speed for your golf cart is roughly walking pace doesn't mean you should actually accompany those on foot. The safest riding route is typically on the street or designated recreational trails (where bikers and joggers know to expect you).
Of course, golf cart safety doesn't end with these tips. To help ensure a successful ride each and every time, follow the same traffic laws and common sense guidelines you would in your car.