Month: January 2017
Petes Golf Cart Buying GuideIf you are in the market for a new golf cart you should consider several factors. After you do your research and decide what kind of golf cart you want you should consider Petes Golf Carts as the one stop shop to get the cart you want at a fair price in a timely manner. You will want to make a short list of the things you would like to do with your new golf cart. Like going to the beach or going to the golf course? Hauling your tools or gear around or just want to haul people. Once this is determined then you can decide on a ton of after market accessories we offer to complement the build of your golf cart so it is fun yet functional for your needs. Pete’s golf cart buying guide was put together just for this reason. Go here to start the process of building the golf cart of your dreams.
PS – The majority of our customers buy their carts like this instead of one already put together with just basic colors and cheap cookie cutter basic accessories. This way the golf cart buyer or our customer can get it the way they want with colors and accessories that are usable and fun. Plus the peace of mind that comes with buying something that will have some type of warranty on the important systems that make your golf cart function properly. Like 12 month free replacement warranty on batteries. And a two year manufacturers warranty on battery chargers.
Other golf cart offers or so called deals…” Just don’t stack up.” You will be surprised to find what you get when you deal with Pete vs the competition.
On all of Pete’s custom builds they require a 50% deposit after the cart is described and itemized to create a cost basis and come up with a fixed agreed to selling/purchase price between the prospective buyer and Pete’s team of professionals. The other 50% is due on delivery.
You can feel free to contact us at 772-247-GOLF or me directly at 954-675-4068 should you have any further questions to schedule a build and estimate a tentative delivery date.
FAQFAQ – #1 – It sounds expensive to have Pete build our custom golf cart. How much do they cost?Answer – Not really! Pete’s team will build your custom golf cart usually for much less than you could on your own not includiung the labor and tools required to do it. The average price for a custom golf cart is $7500.00 for a late model project (2010 and up Club Car, Ezgo, or Yamaha models – Electric or Gas) Basic builds start at $4500.00 (usd) and go up from there. Continue reading here to see what is included in the basic custom cart build. All golf carts can be paid for in advance or on delivery. Financing is available on the majority of our golf carts and custom builds. Custom built golf carts require a 50% deposit after cart is described and itemized to create a cost basis and come up with a fixed agreed to selling/purchase price. The other 50% is due on delivery. (Delivery is available locally, statewide, nationwide and worldwide – Free local delivery – all others subject to shipping fee. Statewide usually $150.00-200.00, nationally is usually $350-700.00 depending on your location.)The team at Pete’s Golf Carts builds quality carts using brand name golf carts as the foundation for every build. Global brands like Club Car, Ezgo, Tomberlin and Yamaha.FAQ – #2 – What are the best golf carts to buy?Answer – That is kind of a loaded question. In my humble opinion I would say the best golf cart you can buy for the money you invest. All the major brands like Club Car, Ezgo, Tomberlin and Yamaha have been manufacturing their golf carts for quite awhile and they also have thousands of hours of use and data to make them better every year. Each brand and model has similar features and different options that make them unique. Basic features and benefits of a golf cart go industry wide across all the brands. This is another reason why we created Pete’s Golf Cart Buying Guide. To inform the consumer and give the next golf cart owner the knowledge they need when deciding on their first golf cart or their next golf cart.FAQ – #3 – What kind of maintenance is involved in owning a golf cart.Answer – All late model golf carts that are relatively maintenance free compared to other recreational vehicles like a boat, car or truck. Of course the little maintenance that is required will depend on what type of propulsion system you choose. Gas or Electric? With electric models you will want to have a good quality golf cart battery charger that you plug into your house or garage after daily use to keep the batteries in your golf cart charged. If you choose the gas model you will need to change the oil on occasion with an annual tune up or put gas in it as needed. So it depends but again it goes back to what are your need you are looking to meet with your next golf cart. Are you in a little beach town with bars , restaurants and attractions you want to frequent or are you out on the range feeding live stock or hunting game.
Golf Cart Seat Belts Installation Guide Step By StepNow that you have purchased your new set of golf cart seat belts you are wondering how do I put them on my golf cart? Well here is a little handy step by step guide put together by Pete’s team to do just that.Please: Read all of the following safety and service instructions before attempting installation.Remember safety first – Wear safety glasses during installation. Park your golf cart on a flat surface and apply parking brake.Tools required:
- Electric or portable power drill
- Drill bit set
- 3/8 drive racket or similar
- Metric socket set and wrenches
- Safety Glasses