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Purchasing Golf Cart Covers

If you're going to purchase a new golf cart, then you'll probably want to consider purchasing one of the many types of golf cart covers that are available. Golf cart covers not only protect your golf cart investment, but offer a range different features and purposes depending on which type of golf cart cover you choose.

If you will be storing your golf cart indoors, such as in a garage or other covered area, you may not need a whole golf cart cover, as your golf cart will be protected from the elements. However, even if your golf cart will be stored underneath a structure of some type, if it is not fully enclosed you may still wish to get a golf cart cover so that your cart is protected from the wind and sun.

Even moderate amounts of wind and sun exposure can age your golf cart more significantly than you may imagine. If you'd like your golf cart to stay bright and keep the fabric and paint from getting faded, one of the best ways to accomplish this is by protecting your golf cart with a golf cart cover.

Though quality golf cart covers can be somewhat expensive, at a couple to a few hundred dollars for nicer covers, it is well worth the price if you'd like to keep your golf cart like new. In addition to golf cart covers, there are golf cart windshields, golf cart rain covers and golf cart rain hoods to meet every weather condition and golfing need.

Golf cart windshields are see-through sheets of durable plastic that attach to the top, front portion of a golf cart and hang down to cover the entire front of the vehicle. Golf cart windshields attach along the top and bottom sides. Some models of golf cart windshields attach to the side supports as well. These can be handy devices for cutting down on the amount of wind that passes through the golf cart.

Golf cart rain covers can be used as covers for parked golf carts, or as extra protection from rain while operating the golf cart. These are a nice way to keep rain off of passengers if it starts sprinkling. Golf cart rain covers can be folded and stored in a compartment of the golf cart for easy application as the need arises.

For your clubs, there are golf bag rain hoods that can keep your clubs from getting wet. For the most part, these are simply durable plastic bags with elastic at one end, similar to a shower cap. The elastic holds snugly to the top of the golf club bag and keeps your precious golf clubs fro being ruined by water damage.

For a list of golf cart cover retailers, try doing an internet search for golf cart covers, but be sure to include some additional information so that your search results are as relevant to you as possible. For example, if you already know which brand or model of golf cart cover you want, be sure to include the information in your search of the internet.

Submitted by:

Chuck Brusser

Chuck Brusser works as a golf cart technician for various country clubs around his home. For his work, he finds it advantageous to keep a notebook on the common problems and fixes of the various brands and models that he works on. At http://www.allsportnews.com, he makes this information open to the public to facilitate the evaluation of the different models of golf carts.





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