There is on a powakaddy a switch on the side which you control with your index finger, the further you turn it the quicker it will go. With some trolleys you have a plus and a minus sign, obviously the plus means quicker and the minus means slower. You should check with the instruction manual to see how you do it.
golf cart = Voiturette Trolley = chariot
Yes, you can do this. But it depends which trolley it is, some brands you cannot do it on.
An electric golf trolley is basically a tool to help you carry your golf clubs around. It is powered by a battery and makes your golfing experience much less stressful.
There probably isn't a speed control on the golf cart itself, but on its engine. To get more or less speed out of it, you would need to mess with the governor (on the engine itself).
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Yes, the trolley doesn't know the difference. If you buy a trolley that has an 18 hole battery, you can change it for a 36 hole battery no problem.
The idle air control valve will be located by the throttle body.
A motocaddy is an electric golf trolley used to carry golf clubs and accessories. One might use a motocaddy on the golf course or when traveling long distances with golf equipment.
There are elevated tees and narrow pathways which would make a trolley impracticle. Trolleys are not allowed on tee boxes or greens so instead of wheeling the trolley round them, they can simply and quickly walk over them.
AnswerA golf club is a speed multiplier
Golf cartsare not built for speed. On average your maxium speed will be 10mph.