Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! We offer complimentary delivery within the neighborhoods of Flamingo, Potrero & Brasilito. We will deliver as far as Las Catalinas and Reserva Conchal but we do add on a $25 delivery fee for these areas.

With a full charge, you have about 2.5 hours of consecutive drive time. It is our recommendation that you keep the battery at least 50% full so that it runs better, especially if you plan to drive up and down steep hills. Plugging the golf cart in overnight is the best way to ensure that the battery stays well charged throughout the day.

If you come across any troubles, call us at +506 8387 6222 and we will be able to assist you.

Many condominium developments, hotels and private homes have exterior outlets that you can use to charge your electric golf cart. We also have partnerships with a variety of restaurants in Potrero, Flamingo and Brasilito so that you can charge on the go. Feel free to contact us if you are unsure whether your vacation rental will have the correct outlet.

Our golf carts use the same 110 V that are commonly used throughout Costa Rica.

110 outlets are the most common type of outlet and they are almost always installed in pairs while 220 outlets are not. The 220 outlet is generally larger, black, round and has 3 to 4 slots with one of the slots set horizontally or at an angle.

No, it costs less than $1 a day to charge one of our electric golf carts!

There are many advantages to each type of vehicle and depending on your circumstances, one will likely make more sense than the other. Some reasons we have chosen to exclusively rent and sell electric carts: they are substantially quieter, typically faster and in-line with a nationwide goal to become carbon-neutral by 2021.

You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid drivers license to rent and operate the golf cart. We will need your license and credit card information upon rental.

Yes, the golf carts are street legal. They are each equipped with brake lights, turn signals, headlights, a horn and an energy gauge. Each of our golf carts is also equipped with Bluetooth technology so that you can listen to music on the go.

No, you cannot drive these golf carts on the beach for any reason.

The golf cart can be parked in the rain, no problem. However, when water is splashed up into the under carriage of our golf carts, they will quit moving. Be weather conscious and please do not operate the golf cart in dangerous/severe weather.

We will provide a map upon pick-up/delivery that outlines our boundaries. To the south, our boundary is Reserva Conchal and to the north, our boundary is Playa Prieta. If you are trying to get somewhere that is slightly outside our boundaries, send us a message and we will determine if your location is within reach.

Please keep in mind that our boundaries are in place for your safety. Outside of these zones, speeds increase significantly and some of the roads become rather steep with many switchbacks.

In Costa Rica, you must always have your drivers license on you while operating a motor vehicle. You must also have a color copy of your passport with you as well (recommended at all times).

Many road signs in Costa Rica are similar to those in the US. The one exception is the “Ceda el Paso” sign which is essentially a yield sign. When you approach a single lane bridge, you either have the right-of-way (no signage) or you must wait for oncoming traffic (Ceda el Paso).

Before traveling to Costa Rica, contact your provider to see if they have international rates. You can also download the app WhatsApp and use this platform to send direct messages when you are connected to WiFi. Most locals and businesses are active on this app making it a great resource for those without an international phone plan.


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