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Just like any other vehicle, golf carts require maintenance from time to time. Failure to maintain your golf cart can lead to break downs and sometimes, very costly repairs. We have the knowledge and tools to keep your golf cart running its best and avoid the headaches!



Believe it or not, both gas and electric golf carts need tune-ups! 

Gas golf carts receive new oil, new oil filter, new air filter, new fuel filter, new spark plug, and a rear axle service. This service replaces all of the wear and tear parts of a gas powered golf cart to keep you on the road! 

Electric golf carts receive a thorough run through of all of the golf carts electrical components, as well as a battery cleaning and fluid top-off, and a rear axle service.

It's crucial to take good care of your deep cycle batteries and always keep them charged. With good care, you should get at least 3-4 years out of them.
Batteries are like the heart of an electric golf cart, and if they aren't healthy, chances are you're not going to be moving anywhere fast. We offer battery testing and diagnostics to help make sure yours are good to go!

If it's time to replace them, we've got you covered! We offer several options of battery replacements to work with any budget. We even offer lithium batteries for the ultimate upgrade!

A very common complaint we receive is that a customers golf cart steers poorly, or is hard to turn. Chances are, before your golf cart became your new family cruiser, it lived its life on a golf course.


Unfortunately, golf courses don't take the best care of their carts because they're used most of the day, every single day. Because of this, your tires and suspension took quite the beating and your alignment is out of specifications.


We can correct this by replacing any worn tires, bushings, or parts and perform an alignment to get you "straightened out".


Even if you take great care of your golf cart and you're always on top of your maintenance, repairs will be needed sooner or later. Parts fail, it's just the nature of how things work. If everything lasted forever, the world wouldn't operate the way it does. Not to worry, when/if your golf cart does break down and you're feeling bummed, we'll get it back on the road again!


Common mechanical failures on golf carts include:

  • Gas Engine

  • Carburetor

  • Fuel Pump

  • Brakes

  • Accelerator

  • Starter/Generator

  • Shift Cables


Common electrical failures on golf carts include:

  • Electric Motor

  • Motor Speed Controller

  • Batteries

  • Throttle Sensor

  • Microswitches

  • Forward/Reverse Switches

  • Solenoids

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