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Have a 2006 Club Car with a new 48 volt battery system, how long should the charge last before recharging & should I charge it overnight in my garage?

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That depends on how much you are using the battery system! If you are using it a lot then you will need to charge it up a lot. To reduce this you could try a photoelectric cell to top up the charge during the day.

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