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Old 01-29-2015, 09:21 AM
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Exactly what we did and has worked out well for us.

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Pleased with our decision a year ago:
1. New Yamaha cart, gas, fuel injection, 2014 model
2. Two seater
3. Upgraded seats (makes for a much nicer ride)
4. Tray installed at front (oh, so handy)
5. Worth the drive to go to Carts & Clubs (I'd give you a recommendation of sales person if you want to private message me)
6. Rent another one when need extra one, which won't be terribly often...most likely.

Good luck and enjoy!
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Old 01-29-2015, 09:42 PM
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We rented both 2 and 4 seaters. Bought a 2 seater and rent another 2 or 4 when needed. I noticed that we really missed the basket on a 4 seater.
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Old 01-29-2015, 11:10 PM
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You don't want your cart going over 20 mph. If You have a cart that can go over that speed you might get a speeding ticket. The ticket fine is quite large and you will have to appear in court to answer it. You will also have to bring your cart to a dealer and have it adjusted and certified by the dealer, another expense , around $ 100 for that . A police officer told this to me. Remember ,it's an open sided golf cart with no real protection. You really want to go fast in it? You also want seat belts.
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