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The golf car business, including ours, has evolved and now is more about transportation. Towns and villages, since the state made it possible, are passing ordinances to allow golf type vehicles on the streets they are responsible for. Many have a "tricked out golf car" not only towns and villages but the campgrounds.


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Who Needs a Car? Club Car Precedent Signature Edition

The News-Gazette Sun, 07/19/2015 - 7:00am | Noelle McGee

When Sherry and Mark Miller tied the knot in 2001, they received what has become one of their most prized possessions.

It wasn't fine china, crystal or silver. It was a 17-year-old purple golf cart.

"We called it Barney," Sherry Miller said with a laugh, adding it was handed down to them by her in-laws — Ed and Barb Miller, of Champaign — when they upgraded to a new low-speed vehicle.
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How to Select a Golf Car Club Car Precedent Signature Edition

9 Tips to Avoid Buyer's Remorse

If you’re looking for a golf car, find the model that fits your lifestyle and delivers maximum performance, style and longevity. But with so many models on the market, how do you decide what’s right for you? David Woodward, an engineer at Club Car, shares his insights on what to consider.
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Golf Car Safety XRT Couple on the Beach

Four Steps to Avoid Accidents, Injuries and Liability.

“The growth of retirement and gated communities, the rising cost of gasoline, and the emphasis on green technology are fueling this trend,” says Geoff Stewart, director of safety for Club Car, the world’s largest manufacturer of small-wheel, zero-emissions electric vehicles. Yet many users are unfamiliar with safety procedures and ordinances regarding these vehicles.
Here are four steps you can take to prevent accidents and avoid liability.
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The Hunt (For a Vehicle) is On XRT on Truckbed

6 Factors to Consider When Selecting a Hunting Vehicle

Thinking of buying a hunting vehicle this year? Prevent buyer’s remorse.

Finding the vehicle that works for you depends on your style of hunting and living. To uncover that, ask yourself the following six questions. Then, go one step higher than you think you’ll need. That gives you flexibility and helps you avoid the regret that comes after getting stuck miles away from your truck or being unable to access good hunting sites.
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