Put-in-Bay Golf Cart Rentals
Put-in-Bay Golf Cart Rentals Are The Preferred Way To Travel The Island
Almost every tourist will find golf cart rentals to be the easiest way to tour the Put-in-Bay Attractions and see the island. Golf Carts are licensed motor vehicles on the island and as such, they are treated as cars when it comes to traffic laws. This includes an open container, being a licensed driver to operate, and all other common sense motor vehicle laws. Reservations for golf carts are suggested as many days rental companies are sold out.
Types & Sizes of Golf Carts
Golf carts are rented by two primary types and four seating configurations. They are either electric or gas-powered. As you might imagine gas-powered carts are preferred as they run the same speed all day and do not slow down as they are used like electric carts do. Put-in-Bay Golf Carts offers 2-4-6 & 8 passenger golf carts that are Ez-Go & Club Car brands. All golf carts have headlights, taillights, turn signals & rearview mirrors. Seat belts are utilized on the golf carts and should be worn.
Golf Cart Rental Prices
Put-in-Bay Golf Carts offers the island’s best rental pricing (with reservations) and the largest late model rental fleet. Many times rental agencies will raise their prices or not offer daily rentals during peak periods, You can always avoid this and higher prices by reserving in advance of your arrival. Golf Cart prices may be found here as well as advance online reservations.
Keep in mind rental right off the ferry will always be priced considerably higher (sometimes as much as $30.00 a day) so it is always better to reserve your cart in advance. Put-in-Bay Golf Carts is the largest rental company on the island, is open earlier and later than others, and is the best value for your rental dollar.
Put-in-Bay Golf Carts offers hourly, daily, overnight and multi-day rentals for those staying multiple days on the island. All of their golf carts are Gas powered (fuel is included) and can run for weeks at a time without the need to refuel. Book a Golf Cart Rental By Clinking Here
All of our Put-in-Bay Hotels, Home Rentals, and Condo Rentals have ample parking to accommodate your golf carts. As you may have read, bringing a car to Put-in-Bay is not recommended as parking is scarce, and in many locations non-existent.
If you are boating to Put-in-Bay, you will find a golf cart a convenient way to get around the island while docked at the island’s marinas.
Your golf cart will have no problem finding a place to park at any of the Put-in-Bay Restaurants or dining options. Ample parking is provided on the mainland side for your car. Aside from the high expense of bringing a car, waits to get a car on or off the island can run as long as three hours each way.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How old do I have to be to rent a Golf Cart at Put-in-Bay
You must be a licensed driver and 18 years of age. A driver’s license must be presented at the time of rental.
How old do I have to be to drive a Golf Cart At Put-in-Bay
You must be a licensed driver. If the terms of your license state an adult must be with you (learners permit) it would also apply to the operation of golf cart rentals.
What do I need to rent a golf cart at Put-in-Bay?
You will need a driver’s license, a credit or debit card. In some cases, a cash deposit will be accepted instead of a credit card.
What is the difference between a daily rental and an overnight rental?
A daily rental is from the time we open (8:00 AM) to the time we close. An overnight rental is from whatever time you pick up your rental until noon the following day. For rental kept afternoon the following day, the applicable rental rates are charged hourly.
Do I have to Pay For Fuel?
No fuel usage is included in the rental rate. The only additional fee you pay is state-mandated sales tax.
Can I put more than the designated number of people on my golf cart?
No! Aside from being unsafe, it could result in a ticket. The only exception to this is a very small child occupying a seat with others.
Can you get a DUI on a Golf Cart?
Yes, you can! As a golf cart is considered a licensed motor vehicle, the same rules apply as a car which includes a DUI as well as open container violations.
Is there anywhere I cannot go in my golf cart?
As a general rule, if the road is not paved do not drive on it. Many drivers may have signs stating “No Golf Carts” or “Private Drive” Please respect these signs and refrain from operating on them.