Let's say you decide to take your E-Z-Go, Bad Boy, or Cushman golf cart out for a spin. Everything starts up just fine, the motor is running, you put a foot to the pedal and... nothing happens. You may be wondering what the problem could be and what you can do about it. Today, we'll take a look at a few reasons for this common golf cart problem.
A dead battery (or one that goes from full charge to totally dead in 20 minutes flat) is one of the most common service problems we see here at Go With Garrett's Specialty Vehicles. While we're always happy to help fix up your golf cart or provide you with a new battery, there are a few behaviors you can avoid that will help your batteries last longer.
While golf carts are great for getting around your neighborhood, the golf course, down at the beach, or during a family or corporate event, they do have one serious downside — they will, just like any vehicle, eventually need repairs. Don't panic if your golf cart starts having issues — odds are it's going to be one of these common problems that will be fairly easy to have repaired.
Your Golf Cart Won't Start. Let's Take a Look.