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On average, an electric maintenance vehicle or golf cart can travel 40 miles on a single charge (this requires a 48-volt system with eight 6V batteries). You can increase that range up to 80 miles by driving flat, flat surfaces, not towing. Upgrades such as lithium-ion batteries and even solar panels further extend a vehicle`s range. There are two main things that distinguish a golf cart from a neighborhood electric vehicle (NEV), sometimes called a low-speed vehicle or LSV: — The maximum speed of a golf cart is 15 mph.- A NEV/LSV must drive 25 mph or more.- A NEV has headlights, turn signals, mirrors, seat belts and even a VIN number.- A NEV/LSV can operate on roads with a limit of specified speed of 35 mph or less. In recent years, design innovations have transformed the simple golf cart into an electrical maintenance vehicle widely used on college campuses, resorts, and outdoor venues. And more and more people are using their street-approved golf cart, also known as a neighborhood electric vehicle or NEV, instead of a car. Q: What is the range of the vehicle? A: We offer several different battery/charger configurations, each with different range specifications. This is explained in more detail under our battery/charging options, which you can find here. With a short response, the maximum range is about 50-88 km per charge. Range can be influenced by how the vehicle is used. Q: What is the energy cost per kilometre to drive your vehicle? A: The cost per kilometre depends mainly on two factors. How many kilometers you reach per charge and what are your electricity costs per KWH. For example, if your range was 30 miles with our 7.9 KW flooded battery and your electricity cost was 13 cents per KWH (7900 watts/30 = 263 watts per mile) x (13/1000 = 0.013) = 2.119 cents per mile.

Q: What is the life expectancy of batteries? A: Lead-acid batteries have a lifespan of about 5 years and more. Lithium-ion batteries have a lifespan of about 15 years and more. These numbers depend on usage, fees and driving habits. Here you will find more information about our lithium-ion options. Q: What is the life expectancy of the vehicle? A: Life expectancy is highly dependent on use and maintenance. But according to our best calculations, we say that after about 15 years, the value of the vehicle can drop to a point where you stop buying more expensive parts like another set of batteries. So real life depends heavily on two factors. How do you maintain it and when do you want to stop putting more money in the vehicle? Q: What is the average annual cost of repairs? A: This is highly dependent on routine use and maintenance. And in any case, it will be different. The vehicle equipment also affects this. For example, a vehicle with lithium batteries instead of flooded batteries has higher upfront costs, but lower annual repair costs.

Another example is that a vehicle equipped with a dumpster needs more suspension repairs. So there is no way to accurately calculate this assumption in advance. Q: What is the towing capacity? A: Towing capacity is determined by the base weight of the vehicle. The entire vehicle with occupants and towed articles must not exceed 3000 lbs. The typical base weight of a standard vehicle is about 2000 lbs. Q: How much weight can the vehicle support? A: The gross weight of the vehicle must not exceed 3000 lbs. The base weight varies depending on how the vehicle is equipped. The weight of most vehicles is about 2000 lbs, which allows for a payload of 1000 lbs. In the case of a vehicle equipped with 100 AH lithium batteries, 375 lbs of the vehicle`s base weight is reduced, increasing the payload to 1375 lbs. Q: What is the maximum speed? A: The maximum speed is 40 km/h. Q: What colors are they available in? A: The default color is white. But the vehicle can be painted in any desired color for an additional fee.

Q: How fast do they charge? A: We have a number of different battery/charger configurations. Loading times are explained in detail under each of the listed options that you will find by clicking here. Q: How many hours do they run? A: Hours of operation are a difficult question and have many variables. Basically, if you drive the vehicle continuously at a maximum speed of 40 km / h, your running time would essentially be just over 1 hour if you reach the maximum range of 50 km. For longer lifespans, we offer a 200 AH lithium battery that would double your battery life. If you have downtime between tasks and can charge the vehicle, we also offer faster chargers that extend the charging time. For example, you can equip the vehicle with a 100 AH lithium pack and a 5 kW charger that charges 62% per hour. Q: What options are available? A: Our goal is to build the vehicle that meets your needs. We have a lot of options.

Don`t see what you`re looking for, contact us and we`ll be able to see if we can help. We pride ourselves on individual options. Q: How do I get the vehicle repaired? A: It depends on your particular situation. If we have a dealer in your area, they can always provide a full service. If you don`t have a dealer in your area, most repairs can be done by any local forklift or golf cart repair company. If the repair is related to the brake or powertrain, most auto repair shops will operate. Q: How do I get spare parts? A: All parts can be purchased from our dealer. Otherwise, all parts can be purchased directly from the factory. Batteries: We include high-end batteries as standard in all road cars, including Trojan and US batteries for maximum range and performance. Discover for yourself the benefits of replacement lithium batteries for your road-certified golf cart, neighborhood electric vehicle, campus shuttles, electric commercial vehicles, or golf course car. Contact Brett Jackrel, Sales Manager of Moto Electric Vehicles, to discuss the details of upgrading your personal golf cart or fleet of electric cars. — What is the difference between a golf cart and a NEV or LSV?- How far can an electric maintenance vehicle or golf cart travel on a single charge?- How long do batteries last?- Buy a used cart compared to a new electric vehicle- Additional factors to consider before buying at TMHNC, we offer Polaris GEM vehicles, including road-approved golf carts and cost-effective electric alternatives to traditional commercial vehicles.

These quiet, low-emission vehicles are ideal for college campuses, security patrols, resorts, or any type of business that requires the vehicle to cross a public road.

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