In 1954, E-Z-GO golf carts hit the consumer market. After the company’s inception, E-Z-GO expanded operations to include the production of compact shuttle and utility vehicles. Properly maintaining your E-Z-GO golf cart will promote the vehicle’s longevity and performance. Checking the fluid level for your golf cart’s rear axle is an essential maintenance task, which should be completed on a monthly basis, or every 20 hours of operation. Checking the fluid level is an easy task if you have the required tools at your disposal.
Switch the vehicle’s ignition to the “OFF” position and apply the parking brake. Prevent the golf car from moving by placing chocks behind and in front of the rear wheels.