One of the most significant advantages of driving a gas golf cart is knowing how far you can go. Outside of a substantial failure like a flat tire or a blown valve, all you need to keep an eye on is your gas level. This will show you exactly how long you have before you are walking. But what about an electric caddie? There is no easy way to lift the seat and tell how far you have until it's time to trudge. Even if you had a voltmeter hooked up to the batteries and constantly monitored it, that still does not tell you much. A Reliance 36-Volt Digital Charge Meter is what you need. This thing is the gas gauge of electric carts.This golf cart meter measures the overcharge range on the batteries. This is actually what your caddie runs on. At 42 volts, you are sitting at a full charge, but at 36-volts, you only have an eighth of a tank left. Call Buggies Unlimited today and get an easy way to tell how long you have left.