Created to ensure transport of people and their equipment inside golf courses, the golf car was generally the first type of golf car to be mass produced. Today, golf cars can be commonly seen on the road or used in medium-distance goods transport.
Their use in other fields is possible especially thanks to their high versatility, which makes them suitable for the most varied sectors, not only golf clubs. It is therefore not uncommon to see these vehicles moving about outside of the green, serving industries, hotels and airports.
Alkè offers different solutions, which aim to meet a wide range of needs in terms of transport of people, goods transport and towing.
The Alkè golf cars all come with European approval for use (category L7e), which permits them to be driven freely on public roads, and they also have ISO-9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS-18001 certifications. They are therefore guaranteed the highest environmental standards, allowing you to travel on the highway or in the city centre, without limitations.
Why choose an Alkè golf car?
Alkè golf cars are not only eco-friendly and practical in the city; they are also the ideal vehicles for goods transport and towing, even on unpaved roads.
What is the load capacity of golf cars used for work?
For off-road resistance and versatility, Alkè vehicles are suited to any use, even on the road. Another example of quality and performances is the ATX210E; thanks to its 635 Kg load capacity and 2000 Kg towing capacity (in private areas) it is the line's second most attractive unit.
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