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Unread 04-30-2010, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default Club Car and Rainy Weather

I am planning to haul my 99 Club Car 48Volt in the back of my truck when we go camping next week. I have removed the top because most of the driving will be on the interstate, but it leaves the cart a lot more exposed to the weather. I'm heading south to the Keys, (probably just in time to see the tar balls arrive), and the chance of storms is becoming greater every day this time of year.

My question is,,,how worried should I be about the cart if I happen to get caught in bad weather while I'm on the road? Is there anything I should try to protect or cover, just in case,,,or anything precautions I should take if I get caught in a bad storm? Living in Florida it's a good chance it will happen.
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