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Details – Electric golf carts are powered by a rechargeable battery and require no gasoline to operate. The average electric golf cart offers three to five horsepower. Different models and batteries can provide better performance. Electric carts need to be recharged every couple of days depending on frequency of use and battery size.
Advantages – Electric carts are almost silent when running. They have minimal maintenance costs and do not require fuel. Electric cart owners save money on gasoline over time. New models of electric golf carts with updated batteries can go up to two rounds of golf on one charge. Electric golf carts also do not release harmful emissions that pollute the environment.
Disadvantages – Batteries that are properly cared for need to be replaced every five or six years. Replacement batteries can cost up to $600. Batteries that do not receive the proper care need to be replaced every two to three years. Accessories such as lights, fans, radio or heaters will deplete the battery quicker and reduce battery life. Electric golf carts require a charger. If a cart does not include a charger, one must be purchased separately, and they cost up to $500. The life of one battery lasts for two to three days, which is less time than one tank of gasoline lasts.