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Club Car's Utility Vehicles Fit Specific Tasks

Club Car’s Carryall Fit-to-Task series includes task-specific utility vehicles for applications such as skilled mechanic transport, ambulance, and refuse removal.

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Test Drive Vehicles at the GFX 2018 Block Party

The GFX Block Party & Experience, taking place on the first day of the Government Fleet Expo (GFX) on June 4, will consist of ride and drives, hands-on training, experiential learning, and a technology showcase.

Van Boxes for Utility Vehicles

Club Car's two new van box systems for its work utility vehicles feature interior LED lighting, bolt-on panels that allow for easy replacement in case of damage, and reinforced corners that increase durability in commercial applications.

All-Steel Cab for Carryall Utility Vehicles

Manufactured by Curtis Cab exclusively for Club Car, the new all-steel cab is designed to fit two-wheel-drive Carryall 300, 500, 550, and 700 utility vehicles.

Fit-to-Task Utility Vehicles

Club Car’s new series of Fit-to-Task Vehicles are fully equipped for specific tasks, removing the need to buy generic utility vehicles and adding accessories or equipment.

Carryall UTVs a Cost-Cutting Fleet Alternative

At sprawling facilities, these dependable Club Car vehicles can simplify fleet operations while also saving time and money. Replacing small trucks with utility vehicles can dramatically reduce costs.

Solar Drive Charging Panels

Club Car’s 100-watt Solar Drive Charging Panel Assembly is designed for 48-volt electric Club Car Precedent golf cars, Carryall utility vehicles, and Villager low speed vehicles.

VersAttach Bed-Based Attachment System

Club Car’s VersAttach bed-based attachment system for its Carryall line of utility vehicles helps drivers organize and protect the equipment in the beds of their utility vehicles.

The Utility Vehicle Buyer’s Checklist

Utility vehicles fill a unique niche in a government's fleet — they can operate on rugged terrain, transport people while also performing work, and navigate tighter spaces than a traditional vehicle, whether inside a facility or out in the woods.

Carryall Utility Vehicles

Club Car’s new line of Carryall utility and transport vehicles are designed to help fleets switch from pickup trucks to gas, diesel, or zero-emissions electric utility vehicles (UTVS). The new vehicles will be available in January 2014.