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How to Value a Used Golf Cart

    Find out how much a new model costs. Visit a website--the cart manufacturer, a dealer or www.golfcartpriceguide.com.

    Learn what similar used models from the same manufacturer are selling for by visiting auction sites like eBay. Auction sites show the price range for similar golf carts.

    Determine the battery life. The age of a used golf cart is not necessarily the same as the battery. Replacing a battery will add significantly to the cost of the cart.

    Pay attention to where the golf cart was used. Golf carts that are used in colder climates will not have as much wear and tear as those used in warmer climates.

    Look at the used golf cart's options. Additional features like enclosures, windshield wipers, stereo systems and built-in coolers add to a cart's value.

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Tips

  • Pay attention to the voltage of the golf cart's battery. A 48-volt battery will offer a longer operating time than a 36-volt battery.

About the Author

Jeff Dickinson has been writing professionally for 19 years. He began covering sports for The Huntsville Times in Alabama and moved to Atlanta in 1997. Dickinson worked in corporate communications for seven years before beginning his freelance career in 2005. He covers football for the Marietta Daily Journal and FANatic Sports and writes for a variety of websites.

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