THE VILLAGES, Fla.
- July 10, 2015
-- When you decide to head out on your golf cart in the middle of the summer in Florida you better have plenty of fluids and some towels to dry off when you get caught in the rain or stormy weather. Even if you have an enclosure to cover you in case of a storm it makes it feel like your baking in an oven. This invention finds a way to cool your body while keeping your core cool and happy. It is an exciting adventure to embark on an excursion without the discomfort the Florida heat gives you. Not to mention the amount of exhaustion the heat causes which can really play havoc on your golf game. The need for something like this has been long anticipated in The Villages or in any community that uses golf carts for means of getting around. The AirColdCart AC system is almost a no-brainer when it comes to necessities for options on your golf cart. Making it a great investment to compliment all other bells and whistles you may have already purchased. I have personally felt the difference in a matter of seconds being outdoor with a stream of cool wintery air funneling down while I drove around. Tony Colangelo the owner of Villages Golf Cart Man, LLC has been kind enough to let people sit in on his AirColdCart AC system and give it a try while offering sales, installation and service. For more info you can visit his web site www.VillagesGolfCartMan.com
. After speaking with Mr. Colangelo I understood so much more about golf carts and the way the process worked. However I was also very confused at the same time leaving me with more questions. What I understand is the gas golf carts can be outfitted with the AirColdCart AC system but an electric cart would have to be converted to a hybrid. With that being said I was trying to picture a hybrid golf cart and wasn’t sure if I heard him correctly. He continued to explain that he was referring to a cart with an electric motor and drive train with a gas motor on the same cart. Clearly I was taken by this idea of an electric cart with a gas motor that can charge the batteries and cool the cart at the same time. The future has a lot to offer and cold air coming from a golf cart is definitely innovative.
According to the designers they are working on upgraded models for universal installation for any make or model golf cart that will be self-efficient and work as a stand-alone unit for electric golf carts with a propane tank to power it. As a matter of fact the entire cart can be converted to a propane power for an existing gasoline powered cart. Thus making it burn cleaner and without those gasoline fumes the normal gas carts leave behind that often make people sick or nauseous. Finding the right fit for you and if this investment will be worth your pennies in gold. The cost of this unit might set you back a little. Although, for some people the benefits outweigh the cost. However, for many it could a great health benefit by giving you a way to cool your core and stay hydrated. They even said they could make a refrigerated cooler using the same system. Finding the special niche like keeping your beverages frosty might be enough to get one of these AirColdCart AC installed on your cart. If you have questions or want more information then visit this website http://www.villagesgolfcartman.com/id106.html
for FAQ questions and answers as well as an online inquiry.