Golf Cart Myrtle BeachOne of the most important parts of vacation rentals golf cars is their batteries. This is why it is highly important that golf cart owners learn how to effectively maintain their golf cart batteries. Doing so will not only add years to the lifespan of your golf cart but will also ensure best and safest performance from your golf cart.

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The best thing about golf cart battery maintenance is that the steps are basically the same regardless of the type and model of your golf cart. If you do not know how to effectively maintain the battery of your golf cart, the tips below will surely help you.

  1. Clean your golf cart battery using baking soda and water.

Mix baking soda and water and brush this on your battery to remove dirt and debris. Remember to use only a bristle brush and wear goggles and rubber gloves for your protection. Make sure you keep the top of the battery dry and tightly sealed. For the cables, use an anti-corrosive spray to protect them from corrosion and rusting.

  1. Keep the battery of vacation rentals golf cars charged for 8 to 10 hours.

Make sure you use only the assigned charger for your rental golf cart battery. Professionals recommend leaving it charged overnight to ensure it is fully charged in the morning and ready for your use. Remember that it is important to keep the batteries fully charged. So even if it has only been used for several minutes during the day, it is still necessary for you to charge it overnight.

Note that there are golf cart chargers available on the market today that automatically shuts down when the batteries are fully charged. This will give you the assurance that you need when you leave it plugged in for the whole night. Ask your golf cart manufacturer for this type of charger.

  1. Refill golf cart battery cells after charging.

If there is one thing you need to remember when it comes to battery maintenance of your vacation rentals golf cars, refilling the battery cells should only be done when the batteries are fully charged. Thus, if you charge the battery during the night, you should check the battery cells in the morning after unplugging the charger.

  1. Do not overfill the battery cells.

The right level of water for the battery cells is at least 1/4 to 1/2 inch above the plates. The plates should just be barely covered by the water. Make sure you do not go any higher than this or you risk running battery acid all over your garage. Also, it is important that you use only distilled water for refilling your battery cells.

  1. Refresh charge the batteries when not in use.

This is especially true during hotter climates. The batteries need to be refresh charged regularly when not in use to prevent long-term and permanent damage that may result to a battery replacement. To help you remember to refresh charge your batteries, try the golf cart chargers that features an advanced storage mode. This allows the golf cart to automatically do a refresh charge regularly. Just make sure that the charger is plugged into your golf cart when you keep it in storage or leave it unused for a long time.

For more tips in maintaining the batteries of your vacation rentals golf cars, call Best Golf Cars today.

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