Golf Cart VIN Decoder and Serial Number Information

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Enter a golf cart VIN to Get Unique Info, Specs, and Details for the Vehicle…

Enter a 17-digit golf cart VIN to get instant results from the global database

Get instant, free insights about any golf cart VIN with – a Free VIN Decoder Tool

How to Use this Free golf cart VIN Lookup

Checking a golf cart VIN has never been easier with!

Find specs and details for golf carts from popular manufactures including:

All golf carts manufactured for on-road use since 1981 will feature a 17-digit vehicle identification number (VIN) that can be used to quickly decode information about the vehicle, such as:

  • Location of manufacture and the manufacturing plant.
  • Body type and styling options. 
  • Details about the engine and transmission. 
  • Additional features and add-ons. 

Note that golf carts that have not been manufactured for on-road use will feature serial numbers instead of VINs. Golf cart serial numbers can still be used to decode information such as model and model year.

The golf cart VIN can also be used for:

  • Ordering Vehicle History Reports.
  • Getting the value of a specific golf cart.
  • Finding golf cart recalls.
  • Searching for compatible parts for the specific golf cart year and model. 
  • Learning about the vehicle’s ownership history.
  • Finding out the vehicle’s accident and repair history. 
  • Getting free, customized insurance quotes. 
  • Checking if the golf cart is stolen. 

Whether you have a golf cart vehicle you own or are looking to buy one, decoding the VIN and using the VIN for a variety of tasks can come in handy. 

Our free Club Car VIN decoder is here for you to get started. 

Simply enter your golf cart VIN into the search bar above to check the global database. We’ll run the search and return all the pertinent information we can find. 

If you have an older VIN from a vehicle that was produced prior to 1981, the VIN decoder may not work. 

Where to find a VIN on a golf cart?

Your golf cart VIN will typically be found in a handful of locations on the vehicle. The common ones include:

  • On a VIN plate.
  • Stamped onto the frame. 
  • On the steering column.
  • In the glove box.
  • Under the seat area.

Additionally, the golf cart VIN can be found on your DMV and insurance paperwork, such as the:

  • Registration card.
  • Vehicle title. 
  • MCO. 
  • Insurance policy documents. 
  • Insurance ID cards. 

Golf Cart Serial Number vs. Vehicle Identification Number

If your golf cart was not manufactured for on-highway use, it likely won’t feature a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). (Learn more: What is a VIN?)

However, off-highway golf carts will feature a serial number assigned by the manufacturer.

The serial number will generally range from 9 to 12 digits long.

In some cases, the number on your cart will be split into two parts: a unique production number and a manufacturer ID code.

Like a VIN, a golf cart’s serial number will contain important details about the vehicle including:

  • Model year.
  • Make and model.
  • Location of assembly.
  • Unique production number.

Your golf cart’s serial number is useful when you need to order parts for your cart or are trying to troubleshoot a problem.

Golf Cart Serial Number Lookup

Since golf cart serial numbers are not federally regulated like VIN numbers, they can vary slightly depending on the manufacturer.

Each manufacturer typically has a system for assigning serial numbers to the carts it produces each year.

You can typically find a serial number decoder and lookup on your golf cart manufacturer’s website.

Locating Your Golf Cart’s Serial Number

The location of your golf cart serial number will also vary slightly by make, model, and model year.

Some common locations to check are:

  • Inside the glove box.
  • Under the glove box.
  • Under the driver’s seat.

If you cannot locate the serial number on the cart itself, you may also be able to find it inside your owner’s manual that came with the cart.