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Gas or Electric #115650
01/20/06 09:09 AM
01/20/06 09:09 AM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 131
Austin TX
Razorfish Offline OP
Razorfish  Offline OP
Which type of Golf Cart is better to rent?

Which Type of Golf Cart is Better to Rent:?
single choice
70%, 7 Votes
30%, 3 Votes
Total Votes: 10
Voting on this poll ends: 0 seconds ago
Re: Gas or Electric #115651
01/20/06 09:29 AM
01/20/06 09:29 AM
Joined: Jan 2003
Posts: 23
Southeast Texas
Redmondlaw Offline
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I would suggest gas. If you're going north, it's a necessity, or at least it was a month ago. There was a lot of road work going on when we were there, so maybe it's better (or worse) now.

Re: Gas or Electric #115652
01/20/06 12:51 PM
01/20/06 12:51 PM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 131
Austin TX
Razorfish Offline OP
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1) Can you get from town going North to Captain Morgans, back to town, down to Victoria House and back to town on one charge?
2) The gas buggy we rented seemed loud. Are all the gas carts loud like that?
3) I dont really care about speed but I was getting passed a lot on the Southern straight-aways. Is that normal for a rental gas cart?

Re: Gas or Electric #115653
01/20/06 02:03 PM
01/20/06 02:03 PM
Joined: Nov 2000
Posts: 5,546
Birdland - 1 mile north
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The answer to #1 is NO! In fact you just can make a round trip to Victoria House on a charge.
I do not like the gas carts - they are very noisey.
So who needs to go fast - or far? Relax - I like to enjoy the quiet. Also - gas is very expensive.
I was just forced into having to accept a gas powered rental one for this month and it stalled out on me after going through the mud pupples (little lakes) in front of Reef Village.

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Re: Gas or Electric #115654
01/20/06 02:32 PM
01/20/06 02:32 PM
Joined: Sep 2005
Posts: 453
Jacksonville Florida
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i thought that if you rented a golf car you could not take it across the cut to the north end, the golf car rental places wont let you, am i correct?

Re: Gas or Electric #115655
01/20/06 02:51 PM
01/20/06 02:51 PM
Joined: Mar 2003
Posts: 2,160
San Pedro
Phil Offline
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Harriette, if a return trip to Victoria House is the full range of your electric cart I suggest you get it checked out, pupples or not!

Re: Gas or Electric #115656
01/20/06 03:14 PM
01/20/06 03:14 PM
Joined: Oct 2005
Posts: 2,366
San Diego, Ca.
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pater pupples are poles that pold pater???

Re: Gas or Electric #115657
01/20/06 11:45 PM
01/20/06 11:45 PM
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Posts: 625
spl Offline
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no golf carts are noisey! A little more sound out of gas than electric but please! It is impossible to keep pure silence in such a big place.

Re: Gas or Electric #115658
01/20/06 11:58 PM
01/20/06 11:58 PM
Joined: Jun 2004
Posts: 120
San Pedro
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Island rumor- Corona Steve just secured a permit for 500 Gas golf carts and 50 Hummers as long as he changes his Board name from Corona S. to Belikin S.

Re: Gas or Electric #115659
01/21/06 03:33 AM
01/21/06 03:33 AM
Joined: Nov 2005
Posts: 142
humble, Tx
lacysbeach Offline
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I have to agree that the gas powered golf carts are the way to go. When you rent, it should be full, or make sure it is, and if you need gas while having it its no problem to fill up in town. Just don't want to get stuck somewhere up north, with a spent tank!!

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