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desperate golfer
by: fred

I have an electric moto golf battery. Can someone
please tell me should I leave the battery on charge
all the time or should I unplug it after its charged
Thank you

Hi, Fred -
All the golf cart guys agree: keep them plugged in all the time they're not in use. The charger tops them up from time to time, which is how the batteries like to be and how they live the longest. Your charger knows what to do.

- Lynne

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Royal
by: Anonymous

Are Royal golf cart batteries any good?

They're not a manufacturer, they're a distributor in Florida. They seem to have a good enough reputation, but I don't have personal experience with them.
- Lynne

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Charging your golf cart batteries
by: Anonymous

Is it OK to keep your golf cart battery charger charging your batteries for weeks even months at a time if you are not using your golf cart?
I have a golf cart at my house in Mexico but it can be 3 to 4 months some times before I go down.

I guess that depends on how much you trust your charger and your electricity supply. I don't think I would leave them on a charger for 3-4 months; I'd charge them, then disconnect them from the cart, then leave them in as cool a place as possible.

- Lynne

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