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#356171 10/28/09 11:50 AM
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We are part-timers from the States and are considering the purchase of a new or used Club Cart. Any advice on this subject as far as price, red tape involved, person to contact, etc.?
Thanks!


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You probably will not get permission but you will likely get lots of offers to help for money. I had a complete nightmare this year in this regard and I am officially a resident. I don't believe they will even consider a non-resident for a permit. Never hurts to try though. Good Luck!


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It truly does not hurt to try but I agree with Martin Smith. The chances of a non resident getting a permit is waaaay slim. I am a "sorta resident" prior to the new regs and had a very hard time.

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Thanks for your reply, Martin, guess I'll have to keep renting or get a bike!


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Thanks for the input!


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An alternative for Sandy - you can make an arrangement with Polo's Carts for some kind of longer-term lease that is (I think) based on a total number of days of use. So for instance you sign up say for 60 days, but use these days when you are here only - and maybe it takes a year or so to use them up.
Check with him for details ----- this can work out to your financial benefit because you don't have to find a place to store it, don't have to maintain it and when it breaks you get a fresh replacement without waiting around for a mechanic.


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We go with cholo's. The last few years we have stayed for 3 months and they charge $600.00 US a month. I hope it is the same in 2010.


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