History of Sebring International Raceway

As America’s oldest racing track, Sebring International Raceway is rich with history. The legendary circuit evolved out of Hendricks Field, a World War II airbase used to train B-17 combat crews. In 1950, aviation and race enthusiast Alec Ulmann was inspired to re-create a race similar to the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the… Read More

Pre-Hurricane Cart Prep

While the southeastern United States prepares for the impending Hurricane Dorian, we wanted to take a moment to discuss how to prepare your golf cart for a hurricane. Please consider these suggestions in the event of a large storm or hurricane. Check the water level in your batteries and make sure your cart is fully… Read More

Golf Car Safety Tips

Whether you are playing 18 holes, cruising around your neighborhood, or driving on the job, golf cart safety should be a priority. Laws and ordinances vary by location, but we recommend always following these tips: Arms and legs should always remain in the golf cart. If your vehicle is equipped with seat belts – then… Read More

Golf Cart Etiquette on the Course

  If you’re new to golfing, understanding the rules can be a bit intimidating. One of the biggest points of confusion for a new golfer can be to simply understand where you can and cannot drive your cart! Here are some quick tips for proper cart etiquette on the golf course. 90 degree rule –… Read More

Choosing the Best Golf Course Near You

Whether you’re new to golf or you’re an avid golfer who has recently moved to a new area, you might be looking for a place to play and wondering how to make the best decision. Depending on where you live, there’s a good chance that you have plenty of options. In fact, in some warm-weather… Read More

Golf Car Buying Guide: Windshields

While a golf car is a great way to get around, it’s not designed to protect you from the elements the way an automobile is. Most base models are open-air, which is great on a nice day, but not when it’s windy or rainy. However, if you want to be able to use your golf… Read More

Take to the road: making your cart street legal

One of the questions that we get a lot here at National Carts is, “How can I make my cart street legal?” Here’s a quick checklist of things you’ll need to take into consideration when turning your cart into an LSV (low-speed vehicle). Please keep in mind that low-speed vehicles are restricted to roads that… Read More

Arrive to the wedding in style… Love on four wheels!

Golf carts aren’t just for the golf course! Wedding golf cart rentals are a popular form of wedding transportation here in Central Florida. Whitney from National Carts shares why adding golf carts to your wedding can help the wedding flow in so many ways. It’s your wedding day. It’s the happiest day of your life… Read More

Restoring Old Golf Cart Returns it to Like-New Condition

A CLASSIC never goes out of style. Sometimes it just needs a facelift. You might think that old golf cart in the shed or under a tarp is destined for the junkyard. But you might be wrong. With the right expertise, you can transform a sad relic into a slick ride that looks like you… Read More

How To Clean Your Golf Cart

  To keep your golf cart in tip top shape, it’s important to clean it regularly. Consider these tips the next time you’re cleaning your cart: First, remove any extra equipment or loose items from the cart that could be damaged by water. Remove floor mats and sweep the floorboard or use a shop vac…. Read More

Charged Up: Proper Battery Maintenance

If you’re driving an electric cart, proper battery care and maintenance is paramount to the performance of your vehicle. Consider these tips to get the most out of your batteries! Charging your batteries. Charge your batteries after each use, preferably for 8-10 hours overnight. Never operate at more than an 80% discharge, meaning, that when… Read More

Rent a Golf Cart to Make Your Next Event Amazing

  Let’s say your sister is getting married in a beautiful garden gazebo that is 100 yards from the parking area. It’s your responsibility to make sure everyone is in the right place at the right time. With that in mind, here’s a quick multiple-choice question: How will the bride get from Point A to… Read More

Golf Fun Facts

  For all of our golf enthusiasts, we’ve compiled some fun facts about golf: The longest recorded drive was a whopping 515 yards. The first 18-hole golf course was on a sheep farm. Golf was played on the moon – On February 6, 1967 Alan Bartlett “Al” Shepard, Jr. performed a one-handed swing with a six-iron,… Read More

Buying Guide: Gas vs Electric Carts

Once you’ve narrowed down your search to a new or used cart, the next consideration you’ll want to make is whether you want an electric or gas cart. First, consider what you’ll be using your cart for. Strolling through the neighborhood or on the nearest 18 holes? An electric cart is probably sufficient. Off-roading or… Read More

Buying Guide: New vs. Used Carts

Buying a golf cart is a major buying decision that should not be taken lightly. Between new, used, gas, electric, lifted, non-lifted, etc. the process can be a little confusing. The first consideration you’ll want to make is whether to purchase a new or used golf cart. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. New Pros:… Read More