Tips and advice from the pros
Most accessories that require electricity to operate use an input voltage of 12V DC. Unless you have a direct 12V battery connection (gas cart or electric cart with 12V batteries), then you need a way to reduce the carts' overall voltage to 12V (in order to prevent damage to these electrical components). To accomplish this, you can use a voltage converter or a voltage reducer.
This is a tricky question—and getting a straight answer can be frustrating. Simply put, a golf cart isn’t a low-speed vehicle (LSV). Well, sometimes. The difference between them gets a little muddy.
Everybody wishes the “gas” pedal went about an inch further—they want a little extra “zip” in their ride. The good news is—your cart is ready to go faster. For Buggies Garage fans, it’s as easy as learning what simple parts and easy replacements can make your golf cart faster. Find out how to ramp up your time on the range, course, or street here.