Who made Star golf carts?

PERFORMANCE. Heavy duty Advanced AC and DC motors with a top speed of 25 mph and 400 A Curtis Controllers; pack on the load, you won’t the notice difference.

Who made Star golf carts?

JH Global Services
Star EV Classic 48 Review Star Electric Vehicles (Star EV) is owned by JH Global Services and was started back in 2003 as an entrant into the electric vehicle market.

How fast is a star golf cart?

PERFORMANCE. Heavy duty Advanced AC and DC motors with a top speed of 25 mph and 400 A Curtis Controllers; pack on the load, you won’t the notice difference.

What is the phobia of golf carts?

golfkarrophobia is a fear of golf carts.

How do you make a star golf cart go faster?

6 Ways You Can Make a Golf Cart Faster

  1. Add More Torque to Your Golf Cart.
  2. Upgrade Your Golf Cart’s Motor.
  3. Improve the High-Speed Controller of the Cart.
  4. Add Better Golf Cart Tires.
  5. Use a Higher Powered Golf Cart Battery.
  6. Watch the Weight in Your Golf Cart.

Whats better ezgo or club car?

E-Z-Go Golf Carts, while cheaper than Club Car golf carts, do not offer the same quality. The motors used in most E-Z-Go golf carts are not nearly as powerful as the motors used by Club Car. When going up hills or carrying a heavy load, the motors in an E-Z-Go golf cart tend to struggle.

How do I figure out what year my golf cart is?

Club Car Golf Carts manufactured after 1981 will have their serial numbers positioned just under the glove box on the passengers side of the vehicle and you will need this serial number to identify the year of your Club Car. The first two numbers will indicate the year your cart was made.

Do golf carts have titles in Texas?

TxDMV does not title and register Golf Carts, but Golf Carts are eligible to receive a Golf Cart license plate. You may obtain a Golf Cart license plate from your county tax assessor-collector’s office.

How do I get my dog to stop barking at the golf cart?

Treat/praise for looking at you and not the golf cart. Gradually move closer to the cart, until you can walk around it a few times without him freaking out. Maybe even see if you can get him to “touch” or put paws on it, or get in and sit on the seat. Treat liberally when he does.