How To Use Remote Control Golf Carts
There is no magic trick in trying to learn on how to use remote control golf carts. The process is basically just as straightforward as using a TV with remote control. These are usually used by people who prefer walking the golf course from hole to hole so that they can get some exercise but definitely do not appreciate the back breaking weight of the golf clubs. One should be extra careful when using the remote control golf carts, though.
- Check the battery pack on the remote and the cart. There might be different batteries needed for the cart itself and the remote. You should remember that there are different batteries for each model so you might as well check. Do not just rely on a peek at the batteries needed, because you might end up checking each available battery in the grocery. You would also need to buy at least two sets. There are some that have rechargeable batteries in some models.
- Place the batteries on both the cart and the remote control. The batteries should be placed according to its positive and negative sides. Keep the batteries in the pockets of the cart so that you can replace these batteries anytime. The same goes for rechargeable ones which you must recharge before your activity.
- Test the remote control before going on the field. The field is no place to practice the movements of the carts. You should check on the next few steps on how to use these remote control golf carts. However, these flat surfaces maybe quite different when you are really going to practice in the fields.
- Check your remote range. This is basically understandable since there are remotes that can only go for about twenty meters away from the carts, but there are some that can go approximately 60 meters, or 70 yards, and still control the cart depending on the strength of the batteries or the in-between things.
- Try out all the buttons of the remote. There are only about six to ten buttons in a remote control golf carts. You should try to move all the buttons beforehand so that you know it moves in all directions, and you can get the feel of being comfortable with its movements.
- Check the emergency stop. The emergency stops should be used in an emergency. There are some ordinary breaks that readily slow down before stopping. Usually emergency stops have some red color. However, you would have to keep an emergency stop only on true emergencies. Try to check on other security buttons or features of the remote control golf carts.
- Keep the speed in check. There are remote control golf carts that can go from eight km, or 5 miles, per hour or less. This is a safe speed, but if you are more laid back, there are remote buttons that allow you to control speed according to your energy level for the day.