Golf Cart Rental Guide: Navigating the Do’s and Don’ts with Ease

Embarking on a golf cart adventure is an exciting prospect, but like any journey, a bit of preparation goes a long way. Here’s your handy guide to the do’s and don’ts of golf cart rentals. 

The Do’s: 

Control Mastery: Familiarize yourself with the gas pedal, brake, and lights as they might vary. 

Traffic Compliance: Treat your golf cart like any other vehicle. Adhere to traffic rules, signals, and speed limits.  

Punctual Returns: Stick to the rental period agreed upon. Returning the rental golf carts on time ensures a smooth process for you and will help you avoid any extra charges. 

Venue Familiarity: Know the venue’s no-drive zones. Familiarize yourself with restricted areas to avoid violations. 

The Don’ts: 

Avoid Overloading: Stick to the recommended passenger capacity. Overloading can lead to safety hazards and damage to the golf cart. 

No Modifications: Resist the urge to make any alterations or repairs. If issues arise, contact us for assistance. 

Weather Caution: Golf carts aren’t suitable for extreme weather conditions. Refrain from using them in storms, or adverse weather situations for safety reasons. 

Safety: Never leave the key in the ignition unattended. This ensures the security of your rental. 

Fuel Specifics: Our rental fleet’s gas-powered golf carts only accept unleaded gasoline. Please use the appropriate fuel to maintain optimal performance.  

For more detailed information and additional insights, check out our blog. Renting a golf cart should be a delightful experience.