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Clearwater, FL, United States, 2007/02/09 - Rising battery prices, environmental and fuel conserving issues signal a desire to make batteries last and go the distance. Battery Life Saver sales have reached an all time high to fulfill the need, especially in golf cart communities.
"Battery Life Saver sales are skyrocketing,"says owner and inventor Chuck Van Breemen, "especially in golf cart communities like Peachtree City, Ga., and Sun City Center, Florida." With battery prices on a rise, golf cart owners want a cost effective way to keep their golf carts operational. A set of new batteries is no small change — about $500-$600.00. Moreover, people today are energy conscious. The fact that Battery Life Saver makes a golf cart last longer on a charge makes it more convenient if you use your golf cart to get around town, and it also saves on electricity.
With baby boomers reaching retirement age, golf cart communities are sprouting all over the country. Golf carts are an easy, fun way to get around. Electric golf carts are quiet and keep the environment fume free. Even northern communities such as Colonial Beach, Virginia and Port Clinton, Ohio are golf cart friendly. In fact, the mayor of Colonial Beach calls his "playground on the Potomac" a "golf cart town."
The biggest problem with golf carts, though, is their tendency to slow down with age. "This is because of buildup of lead sulfate on the battery plates," says Van Breemen, "the main reason batteries go bad." His device uses a square Wave2 Battery Restoration Technology which dissolves the lead sulfate crystals, restoring electrical flow. It is easy to use, attach it and forget it. The battery will stay like new. Battery Life Saver (batterylifesaver.com) can also be used to restore dead, sulfate ridden batteries.
Golf cart dealers are more and more coming around to using Battery Life Saver. Many were skeptical at first, afraid their battery sales would diminish. Trying the Battery Life Saver for themselves and having happy customers who refer others has made them fans of the Saver.
In fact, the invention might just make golf carts an even more popular commodity than they already are! By solving battery problems and insuring golf carts go the distance, more and more people will use them on a regular basis. As one satisfied customer whose cart would only go half a mile until he got the Saver said, "Why drive a $35,000 car to get $2.00 worth of ham?"
Chuck will be glad to talk to you about your battery problems. He offers a free booklet, Everything You Need to Know About Batteries.