Although golf carts originally gained their popularity on the golf course, they have become a staple in states with warmer climate. They are a fun, open-air transportation option for those who live in small towns and local neighborhoods. Because they are open, they can add a level of social interaction that you just don’t get when you drive around in a car. They also make it much easier to get around in rural areas.
Golf carts are not just fun for adults. They are great for kids. Golf carts are particularly terrific for people with small children because they don’t go very fast. They run typically around 20 miles per hour and they can be outfitted with seatbelts and other safety gear, so they are safe.
Golf cars are also easy to operate, which means when your kids get a little older, your golf car can help you teach them driving skills in a safe, supervised, off-road manner….before they get behind the wheel of a car. Golf cars also help teach driving etiquette and rules of the road at an early age, which will keep your child even safer than another child who has not been lucky enough to have that experience.
So…go pick up your daughter’s bestie a few doors down. Take a quick jaunt down to the nearby athletic field to catch a t-ball game, or attend a school, church or social event with your child. Golf carts make everything easier, and they are a pleasurable method of transportation. You can spend quality time with your child in your golf cart and your child can enjoy all the sights and sounds surrounding them on your golf cart trips.