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Gas powered golf carts use regular unleaded gasoline. The average gas powered cart has a horsepower of ten to twelve. These engines operate similar to that of a car. This means that their maintenance needs are similar to a car.

Advantages – Gas carts will run longer on one tank of gas than an electric cart on one charged battery. These carts generally have more horsepower than electric carts. Higher horsepower means increased acceleration, top speeds, and performance on hills.

Disadvantages – Gas powered carts are noisier than their electric counterparts. These carts require costly gasoline to refuel. Gas carts release harmful emissions into the environment. Gas carts have higher maintenance fees, as gas engines require similar maintenance and repairs as car engines.

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