Golf Car: A Vehicle Much Beyond Its Name

Posted on Feb 26, 2019 in Uncategorized

A golf cart is also known by another name ขาย รถ กอล์ฟ in standards established by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI standard Z130) since car is the better word for these vehicles that are auto-driven using a battery power. The term “cart” is usually referred for a vehicle which is not self-propelled, and either pulled or pushed manually. The standard golf carts have three wheels and are around 4 feet (1.2 m) wide × 8 feet (2.4 m) long × 6 feet (1.8 m) high and weight in the range 900 – 1000 lbs. or 410 – 450 Kg. This is ANSI standard, but variations in models are also available. This is quite low for any automotive vehicle. They use 4-stroke engines.

Basic objectives of using a golf car

This small vehicle having capacity for two passengers was basically designed to carry golfers. Golf clubs are often woody or grassy lands, spread in acres of land, and it is not possible to move around in the entire golf course on foot. They used this vehicle to move in the golf course.

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Some people used this vehicle to reduce their efforts to walk on foot while recreating on desert trails. This vehicle was considered more worthful in other applications over years which diversified its use. This also increased power input and passenger carrying capacity of a modern version of traditional golf car. The diversified applications of this vehicle also observed surge in selling golf carts, or say cars.

Golf car is more than its name

The golf cars can’t travel to long distances because of their formats and low power. The ANSI Standard z130.1 had specified speed of originally manufactured vehicles not exceeding 15 mph (24 km/h), though modifications were made in later models. The speed variations were also made due to use of a golf car in many other applications, apart from use in the golf course or desert trails. The use of golf carts was also started as a commercial vehicle in various segments. Today, golf carts are not golf cars, but much beyond this name.