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Club Car Tips on Selecting a Utility Transport Vehicle


| 9/20/2013 10:25:00 AM



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Four-wheel drive utility transport vehicles (UTVs) are great for use on farms, around stables, for hunting and in many other applications. But do your due diligence before heading for the woods. Tim Amos, Club Car’s 4x4 product manager, shares his insights.

With most systems the driver has to manipulate four or even five levers on the dash. “It’s up to you to push the right levers, select the right gears and worry about locks. Yet you can be getting stuck before you even know you’re in trouble,” Amos says.

Look for a True Automatic All-wheel Drive System

Automatic all-wheel drive systems, like Club Car’s IntelliTrak™, sense the ground they are on and shift as needed.

“The automatic system incorporates the industry’s widest clutch ratio, so it takes the vehicle from low to high gear without manual shifting,” Amos says. “The clutches automatically shift up and down based on speed and load.”



With most traditional systems, drivers have to come to a full stop - or even back up - to engage the locking differential.  

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