By the serial number and/or manufacturer’s code (on EZGO cars) attached to the body or stamped into the frame of the car. A dealer should be able to show you the serial number on a car. If in doubt, call the manufacturer of the car (E-Z-GO, Club Car) and ask for customer service to verify the year of the car.
The batteries should be stamped on top of each negative post’s flat area with a number and a letter. Battery date code can also be printed on a sticker on some brands. The letter stands for the month of the year – A is January. The number represents the last digit of the year the batteries were manufactured. With new 2023 batteries – 3 would be for 2023. Batteries last 3-5 years depending on maintenance. Don’t just take the word of the seller – this could be a very costly mistake.
Standard speed is around 12-15 mph. High speed is around 18-20 mph. Depending on the make and model of a car, it can be very costly to change the speed of the vehicle.
confirm that the controller and wiring in the car will allow the car to operate as you need it to for your use.
the battery charger specifically made for the voltage of the golf car you are considering. Ask the seller to plug in the charger to the car to make sure it is working.
This is important for service technical training and the availability of parts. E-Z-GO, Club Car & GEM Factory warranty is only allowed by a factory authorized dealer of their brands. Many diagnostic tools and software upgrades required for newer cars are only available from a factory authorized dealer.
Make sure that you see the DOT approved AS4 orAS5 certification etched into your windshield. You may be paying for a windshield that is not DOT approved!