While you may sometimes think of golf carts as toys, it's important to remember that they're actually complex machines that
need care and maintenance. Batteries are an essential component of most vehicles. In the case of an electric golf
cart, they not only supply power to the lights and horn but are part of the cart’s drivetrain.
Though the need to regularly replace golf cart batteries is a fact of life, you can prolong the battery’s life
with a little maintenance. Fully charging these batteries at every cycle is the surest way to keep them going
longer. However, when they've reached the end of their service life, come to us for the best replacements for
your golf cart. We offer a wide range of all kinds of golf cart batteries for sale, including top brands.
Most modern electric carts use deep cycle golf cart batteries, as these are designed to withstand as much as a
75% discharge of their capacity. It is essential to take care of such batteries as even small mistakes, such
as leaving a reading light on, can be enough to fully discharge the battery and leave it weakened. Many golf
cart batteries require water to run smoothly. It's best that you check the electrolyte level of your cart’s battery
at the end of a charge cycle, keeping in mind to only use pure distilled water.
Like the battery in a cell phone or laptop, any battery that can be recharged will eventually weaken and need
to be replaced. The rapid discharge of a battery is the most obvious indicator that you need a replacement. Another
sign to look out for is corrosion around the charging poles, typically in the form of a frothy greenish-white