Gas golf carts have a distinct advantage over electrics in only a few ways. It's a pretty even street, to tell the truth, but being able to lift the seat and see how much gas is left is a significant advantage. If you raise your seat and tell how much charge is left, you have no business on this webpage. In fact, you should probably be doing superhero things. Even if you are one of those old-school folks who roll with a voltmeter in the glove box, that only tells you the voltage in the batteries, not how much charge is left. You need a Reliance Universal Digital Charge Meter.A 48-volt golf cart overcharges to about 52 volts if the batteries are brand new. The caddie runs on that overcharge. At 47 volts, your coach will no longer run correctly. This is the range that this meter measures. This golf cart charge meter is universal to 48-volt carriages. As long as you have a place to mount it and enough wire to run to the batteries, you are good to go. Buggies Unlimited is waiting for your call.