Mobile Golf Cart Services | Golf Cart Repair | Battery Service

Along with our service center in Lantana, we also offer a variety of mobile golf cart services, where one of our service technicians will come out to your location and provide maintenance and repairs.  We’re committed to providing the best service to ensure that you get the most out of your golf cart. With routine service and maintenance for your golf cart, you’re guaranteed many years of dependable operation and use. We offer golf cart service for a variety of industry-leading golf cart brands, such as EZGO, Club Car, and Yamaha, as well as various brands such as Advanced EV, Icon®, Evolution, Tomberlin, and more. You can expect a swift, professional diagnosis from our factory-trained technicians and specialists. All of our parts and accessories come with a warranty to ensure your total satisfaction. In addition to our competitive prices, we are also well-equipped to work on all golf cart types, styles, and models available in the market.

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Our mobile golf cart services currently available include:

Battery Service

  • Test voltage one by one and all together; test load capacity on single batteries
  • Check tightness of cables and connections, replace bad cables
  • Clean any corrosion
  • Check water level – if low, technician adds distilled water to bring up to proper level
  • Test cart to make sure it drives, plug in cart to check that charger comes on


  • Check water levels before charging
  • Supercharger connects to all batteries of a 48V cart
  • Supercharging takes between 1-4 hours

When a cart is done supercharging, it had enough power for its regular charger to take effect and begin recharging it.

Tire Changes

Our tire services are usually called to change a flat tire. We will:

  • Loosen lugnuts, jack up cart, remove and replace wheel
  • Standard golf cart tires are 18-8.5-8; we can change up to a 14 inch tire
  • Customers can also provide a tire that we can put on

Full mobile service technician coming soon.

Filter Changes

For gas carts:

  • Filter change
  • Spark plugs

To get an oil change, the golf cart will need to be brought to our service center: click here to contact our mobile golf cart repair website and arrange for pickup.

Light Accessory Installation

Accessory lighting includes:

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Parts ordered from Prime Cart Parts can be installed by one of our mobile service technicians for customers living in south Florida. Contact us to find out if we are able to service your specific area.

How to Prepare Your Golf Cart for Long-Term Self-Storage

If you would prefer to store your golf cart on your own property rather than in a storage facility, there are several important steps to take to ensure that your golf cart stays in top condition during the off-season or time it’s not in use. Even when storing your golf cart for long periods of time, there is more to it than simply tucking the cart away in a shed for months at a time. Golf carts still require periodic maintenance when not in use, but following the right guidelines to storing your golf cart will keep it preserved and ready for when it’s time to be brought out again.

Battery Preparation

When preparing your golf cart for storage, you’ll want to first perform some basic battery maintenance. Begin by disconnecting battery cables, and clean any corrosion from the cables and battery by using a mix of baking soda and warm water (or white vinegar and water) – baking soda neutralizes acid corrosion. Fully charge the battery, as batteries will naturally self-discharge when not in use. When disconnecting the battery charger, unplug it from the AC outlet before unplugging it from the cart. Using only distilled water, refill the batteries, making sure the cart has been fully charged. Do not refill the batteries before fully charging your cart, as this can lead to electrolyte overflow.

Turn the key switch off to turn off everything on the cart, and depending on your cart, you’ll have either a Run/Tow switch or a Run/Maintenance switch. Flip this switch to “tow” or “maintenance” in order to reduce battery discharge and fire risks. Finally, disconnect the main positive and negative connections – it’s recommended to tape the connections together in order to not forget where they go.

You’ll want to periodically check in on your charge and water levels – especially in warmer climates, the water levels can slowly decrease due to evaporation, and batteries will self-discharge when left unused for extended periods of time. It’s recommended to return to your cart every 2-4 weeks and check these levels – fully recharge and refill the batteries as needed.

Tire Checks

Before putting the golf cart in storage, you’ll want to inflate your tires as high as possible without over inflating them. When the cart is stationary for long periods of time, the tires naturally deflate from the weight of the cart, possibly causing damage to the tires like flat spots. When checking in on the cart as recommended, inflate the tires every two weeks and move the cart slightly, applying pressure to a different part of the tire.

Another option is storing the golf cart off the ground – raise the cart up onto jack stands, which will take pressure off the tires and ensure that no flat spots will form.

General Cleaning

Even in the best storage, moisture will still be produced. Inspect your cart to make sure there are no rust spots, and if there are, cover them with fresh paint. Rust spots can increase from moisture in the air if left untreated, and any other markings will also worsen with extreme temperatures. Be sure to remove any crumbs that may be on the seats, as they can grow and harbor bacteria in the time the cart is stored, and make sure to clean the flooring and upholstery to prevent any possible molding. Remove any rugs or carpets, cut and polish any scratches, and replace spark plugs if needed. Other things to clean include any dirt or grime, bird or other animal droppings, mirrors, fuel, air, and oil filters, and cables and connectors.


An important tip to remember is to leave the cart in neutral when storing it, and if storing it on the ground, keep it on a level surface and surround the wheels with bricks or other heavy objects to keep it from rolling. Do not keep the parking brake engaged – this can damage the cart.

Most golf carts will fit in a 10×10 enclosed space – placing the golf cart inside is critical and will prevent any damage that could be caused by harsh weather and below freezing or exceedingly high temperatures. A garage is a good option, although it can take up space that may be needed for cars, so storing it in a small shed is another ideal choice.

Even though the cart is inside, always use a protective cover to keep dust and dirt off the cart. If you don’t have a cover specifically for golf carts, a large canvas cloth will suffice – the most important thing is simply making sure the cart is covered.

Even when not in use, your golf cart still needs periodic maintenance, so it’s important to follow these steps to ensure that your golf cart is sufficiently prepared for storage and regularly checked in on, so when it comes time to use it again, it’ll still be in top condition.