If you thought buying a golf cart was going to break the bank. You were wrong! Well it can, there is no reason it should. You can save as much as 50% on carts and cart parts online. Read on to find out how to get the best pricing out there.
A golf cart is a lot of fun and no longer is it just a tool for the golf course. It's a great run around vehicle for the campground or in your gated community. And you can even upgrade them so that they are street legal.
However they can be expensive. New golf carts start around the $5000 mark and go up. That's why it is so important that you do your homework. A little patience with a little bit of research you'll be rewarded with the discovery that you can afford to buy that cart that you though was out of your budget.
It's not nearly as difficult to find that great price as you might have thought. Finding them at a great price is actually quite easy. The hard part is it can take 3 weeks for delivery after you've found the perfect cart. But it's certainly worth the wait considering how much money you'll save.
Get busy price shopping and pricing comparison shopping. Compare prices for golf carts on a many different sites and then compare options and warranties. It's as easy as that. Once you've done all the right comparisons you'll know which cart is the right buy.
In the old days before the internet you would have spend a great deal of time on the telephone trying to compare cart options and prices. Wow! What a project. It didn't take long before one simply gave up and either spent too much or just didn't bother to buy one.
But with the internet it's a simple as typing 'golf carts' or 'golf cars' in at Google.com. You could try other spellings or search by specific manufacturers. You'll be impressed at how many searches quickly pop up.
Some sites will sell product, while others will be more informational. Some will carry both carts and golf cart parts. Remember patience is important!
Besides Google there are some other great places to search such as Yahoo.com, Froogle.com, and eBay. In fact eBay's a great place to find some good buys. The key is to search as much as possible and to get the largest number of options.
Search for a couple of weeks if possible. That will ensure that you get a great selection and that you cover all your basis and pick up on deals you might have missed on the first search.
Keep a list of the sites you've visited, the carts offered, and the asking price. In just a couple of weeks you'll have a detailed list and be able to fine tune for the best buy whether it's for your next golf cart or for golf cart parts. So why not get busy shopping?
About The Author:
Chuck works as a golf cart technician for various country clubs around his home. For his work, he finds it advantageous to keep a notebook on the common problems and fixes of the various brands and models that he works on. At http://www.allsportnews.com , he makes this information open to the public to facilitate the evaluation of the different models of custom golf carts.