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The Club Car Carryall 295 is a high performance machine with the option of a powerful petrol v-twin or commercial-grade diesel engine to handle the toughest of jobs. The Carryall 295 is the only utility vehicle in the industry to feature the Clubcar exclusive IntelliTrak™ system,. This system int...

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P & D Engineering
Gloucester, United Kingdom

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This pre-owned Club Car Carryall 252 battery powered utility vehicle is available for sale now from authorised Club Car dealers MTS Golf + Utility. Location: Birtley, North East (location is subject to change) Number of Passengers: 2, Power Type: Electric

For Sale: GBP £4,900

MTS group
Wakefield, WEST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom

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This pre-owned Club Car Carryall 252 petrol powered utility vehicle is available for sale now from authorised Club Car dealers MTS Golf + Utility. Location: Birtley, North East (location is subject to change) Number of Passengers: 2, Power Type: Gasoline

For Sale: GBP £2,995

MTS group
Wakefield, WEST YORKSHIRE, United Kingdom

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Petrol powered, push-n-go drive system, bench seat, front screen and canopy. Good Condition. Power Type: Other

For Sale: GBP £1,500

ESE GROUNDCARE
ELY, United Kingdom

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Club Car electric utility truck. Manual tipping galvanised back. £1800 + Vat Groundcare

For Sale: GBP £1,800

RJW Machinery Sales
Blank, United Kingdom

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Club car precedent golf buggy. 2010, 14hp, single cylinder petrol engine, roof and screen,  £2150 + Vat Groundcare

For Sale: GBP £2,150

RJW Machinery Sales
Blank, United Kingdom

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YAMAHA PETROL GOLF CART classic petrol golf cart, bench seat, new battery, screen & roof, good cond, drives great.

For Sale: GBP £650

Fosseway Machinery
Malmesbury, WILTSHIRE, United Kingdom

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YAMAHA PETROL GOLF CART classic petrol golf cart, bench seat, new battery, screen & roof, good cond, drives great.

For Sale: GBP £650

Fosseway Machinery
Malmesbury, WILTSHIRE, United Kingdom

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Productspecweb: 4320 hrs, Diesel Engine, Manual Transmission, Fitted With 6.5M Hardi Sprayer, Comes With TriLo SF150 Leaf/Debris Hoover And Aluminium Collector.

For Sale: GBP £4,995

FAROL LTD
United Kingdom

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Golf Cart

Golf carts are now being used more and more by farmers, both to move equipment around and to avoid those tiring and time-consuming long walks to a distant field.

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Golf carts are now being used more and more by farmers, both to move equipment around and to avoid those tiring and time-consuming long walks to a distant field.

They can be used to carry light and medium loads around the farm unless modified, in which cases much heavier loads become viable. They are an affordable alternative to standard farm equipment, and they\'re also surprisingly sturdy. Although they can\'t deal with very uneven surfaces or very wet conditions, they\'re perfectly functional on hard surfaces and mildly hilly grassland. Generally, electric-powered golf carts are more for moving people, but they\'re also good for carrying small loads around. Petrol-powered golf carts can carry much more weight and are able to deal with more taxing terrain. Some petrol models also feature four-wheel drive and can pull weights of up to six hay bales or the equivalent.

Petrol carts work in very much the same way as a car does. However, in order to keep golf courses quiet, the engine will only run when the throttle is pressed. Lifting your foot off the gas will cut the power to the wheels. This is a standard feature of petrol carts and is not necessarily a disadvantage - it helps to save fuel and reduces carbon emissions.

Electric carts are battery-powered and so will need charging regularly from a mains electricity supply. Some newer models also have solar panels fitted to their roofs which can augment the battery power but can\'t replace it completely.

Standard carts consist of just two seats and a small luggage area. However, there are also plenty of modified carts on the market which can be used to carry three or four people or to move farm supplies around. As well as four-wheel drive, petrol-powered carts can also be fitted with bigger engines and reinforced suspensions so that they become more suited to rugged terrain.

In general, second-hand carts can be picked up fairly cheaply, and they tend to have been kept in pretty good condition.

A golf cart will never replace a pick-up truck or a Land Rover, but they are well suited to carrying smaller loads and for getting around larger farms more quickly. Battery-powered models are also particularly cheap to run.